Here’s the video: (106 minutes)
- Kenneth Samples, philosopher
- Hugh Ross, astrophysicist
- Dave Rogstad, astronomer
- Jeff Zweerink, astrophysicist
- William Lane Craig, philosopher
Topics in the first hour:
- is there a pro-theism/pro-Christian revolution going on in philosophy departments today?
- is the revolution in philosophy spreading outside of the Anglo-American sphere?
- has the progress of science hurt or helped the traditional theistic arguments?
- is the epistemological argument from reason from Alvin Plantinga convincing?
- what is the significance of the “heat death of the universe” for atheism?
- can atheism rationally ground objective moral value and objective moral duties?
- can atheists make any rationally-grounded moral judgments?
- should Christians abandon rational arguments and evidence to appeal to postmoderns?
- what is middle knowledge and Molinism and how are they different?
- how would a Wesleyan/Arminian respond to the verses that seem to favor Calvinism?
- how do arguments and evidence work with God’s drawing people into a relationship with him?
- can God achieve full sovereignty over the universe merely by controlling circumstances?
- what are counterfactuals and how are they related to middle knowledge?
- what is Dr. Craig’s disagreement with Einstein’s special theory of relativity?
- how does this disagreement with Einstein affect a person’s view of time?
And then there is an hour of questions from the callers, where topics like the Incarnation, God’s purpose in creating the universe, sin and Hell, annihilationism, and the “best” argument for God’s existence, and so on are covered. This is getting rave reviews by other Christian apologists on Facebook.