William Lane Craig is a philosopher, author and key defender of the Christian faith in debates around the world.

Although atheist Richard Dawkins had publicly said he will not debate Craig, he found himself on the same platform as him in November 2010. Dawkins was on an atheist team, Craig on a theist team as they debated “Does the Universe have a purpose?” at a Mexico TED-style event.

With extracts from the debate, William (Bill) Lane Craig chats to Justin about the circumstances of their encounter and why he believes Dawkins and the atheist team changed their tactics mid way, were ununified and failed to address the arguments that were present


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For Bill’s website http://www.reasonablefaith.org 

For his article on “The absurdity of Life without God” http://www.premierradio.org.uk/shows/saturday/unbelievable/Resources/Atheism.aspx 

For his book “Reasonable Faith” http://www.amazon.co.uk/Reasonable-Faith-William-Lane-Craig/dp/1433501155 

For the Youtube Mix by Peter Byrom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UnEkydeDVQ&feature=related 

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