By William Lane Craig
Reasonable Faith is a conversational program dealing with the most important apologetic questions of our day.
Born Alive Legislation
On the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, Dr. Craig is encouraged by new legislation.
Dr. Craig is researching the latest developments in Origin of Life studies.
Dr. Craig comments on news items including Supreme Court cases, the rise of non-denominationalism in the church, trends in the UK, and belief in End Times.
Dr. Craig explains how God's moral perfection is compatible with His perfect justice and His perfect love.
Dr. Craig joins a panel with Andrew Loke and Josh Swamidass to discuss their respective views on the historical Adam.
Dr. Craig continues to recount the reaction he received speaking to faculties of prominent Ivy League schools.
Dr. Craig was invited to speak to the faculties of prominent universities on his work on the historical Adam and Eve.
Questions include the so-called "Platinum Rule" that is allegedly superior to the Golden Rule.
What is the Noble Lie many scientists and philosophers tell themselves?
Dr. Craig discusses religious experience in the life of both the believer and non-believer.
A blogger writes on Dr. Craig's view of the fate of those who never hear the Gospel.
A sampling of YouTube videos interacting with Dr. Craig's work and a new argument against atheism!
Interesting questions on God’s attributes, including The Trinity”, and recent work on the Ontological Argument.
Stephen Meyer and Michael Shermer mention Dr. Craig's work in their discussion of morality.
Dr. Craig answers a big variety of questions including the nature of time, the resurrected body, quantum mechanics, and the essentials of salvation.
Adam Lloyd Johnson writes on a moral theory that incorporates the Trinity. Dr. Craig comments.
Popular psychologist and social critic Jordan Peterson has a message to the Christian church. Dr. Craig comments.
A group of YouTube channels gathers to discuss Dr. Craig's answer to a recent question.
Dr. Craig talks about his special connection to the people of the UK and the significance of Queen Elizabeth's life and death.
Once again Dr. Craig takes on Platonism and its challenge to Christian Theism.
Dr. Craig highlights some of the many layers involving knowing the truth of Christianity.
Are our future sins forgiven in the Atonement? Dr. Craig answers this and questions on Theistic Evolution, The Logos, and Set Theory.
Dr. Craig continues his explanation of the role of evidence and argument in knowing the truth of Christianity.
Dr. Craig's answer to a recent question has produced multiple responses from both atheists and Christians!
An overview of one of the most misunderstood views upon which Dr. Craig has spoken!
Dr. Craig examines what a legal scholar writes in the New York Times concerning the personhood and dependency of the unborn child.
Dr. Craig reviews a Newsweek article by Dr. Stephen Meyer on how scientific evidence points more towards God than atheism.
A variety of questions including how to deal with a family member who is extremely resistant to God, and how much certainty is required to believe Christianity is true.
Questions about the popularity of the multiverse in movies, vocational calling, the supernatural, and Genesis.
Dr. Craig addresses this monumental decision and offers suggestions on what actions to take now.
Questions about Christ's deity and the atonement, the value of work, and evolution's purpose.
Dr. Roger Olson writes a review of Dr. Craig's book and a recent conference on the Atonement of Christ.
Was C.S. Lewis in any way a Platonist?
Dr. Craig's discussion on the Roe v. Wade decision and it's impact.
Dr. Craig talks about his brief stay in the hospital and some interesting insights he had while there!
A sampling of some of the most frequent questions Dr. Craig is asked.
Various questions on Molinism and Middle Knowledge and the likelihood of Pontius Pilate releasing the body of Jesus to Joseph of Arimathea.
Answers to questions about the reliability and inspiration of the New Testament, the ontological status of numbers, and the deity of Jesus.
An article by a skeptic claims early Christians taught 'blind faith'. Dr. Craig responds.
Dr. Craig discusses and article on Divine Command Theory by his colleague Dr. David Baggett.
Dr. Craig is troubled by developments at Disney corporation.
In recent interviews, Dr. Craig is asked to comment on the impact of apologetics and the current culture.
Dr. Craig concludes his overview of interviews featuring Dr. Gary Habermas and Dr. Bart Ehrman.
Dr. Craig gives an overview of interviews featuring Dr. Gary Habermas and Dr. Bart Ehrman.
Dr. Craig discusses God's immateriality in light of his recent writing and research.
Dr. Craig offers his thoughts on the current conflict in Ukraine.
Dr. Craig concludes a four-part response to an impressive array of scientists and philosophers who address his work on the Kalam Cosmological Argument.
Dr. Craig continues a four-part response to an impressive array of scientists and philosophers who address his work on the Kalam Cosmological Argument.