Join philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig as he teaches on the doctrine of revelation. There are two main types of revelation - general revelation and special revelation. Both are discussed in detail in this section. Inspiration of Scripture is then discussed with the subject of biblical inerrancy thoroughly explored. Finally, the canonicity of both the Old and New Testament is explained.
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OTHER SERIES WITH William Lane Craig
Join philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig as he teaches on the doctrine of God. God as an infinite and personal being has attributes such as aseity, eternality, omnipresence, omnipotence, omniscience, and holiness. These and other attributes are discussed at length in this section of Defenders.
Join philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig as he teaches on the doctrine of the Trinity. There is one God and there are three distinct persons in the Godhead. The biblical data that supports those two facts that make up the doctrine of the Trinity is analyzed and examined in this section. Dr. Craig goes on to discuss attempts by the early church to explain this doctrine and concludes the section with a possible model of the Trinity.
Branching off his Doctrine of God lessons, philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig, turns to an excursus on natural theology. In an attempt to answer the question "Does God exist?", several arguments for God's existence are explored such as the cosmological argument, the teleological argument, moral argument, and others. Objections to the arguments are discussed as well as answers to those objections. Finally, arguments against God's existence (such as the problem of evil) are also analyzed.
Join philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig as he teaches on foundations of Christian doctrine. In this section, you'll learn what Defenders is all about! Dr. Craig then discusses what Christian doctrine is and why we should study it. Finally, he discusses the importance of Christian apologetics in the life of the believer and why Christians ought to study it.
The Faith and Science Lecture Forum in April 1998 hosted a debate between Christian philosopher William Lane Craig and Oxford University's Peter Atkins, a professor of chemistry and an outspoken atheist. The moderator was William F. Buckley.
The debate, "What Is the Evidence for/against the Existence of God," drew an overflow crowd at The Carter Center in Atlanta and was broadcast live to 10,000 people in universities and colleges in the US.
The forum also received much attention in the press here and abroad. Dr. Craig has participated in numerous debates with skeptics and atheists, and in his presentation, he makes a powerful case for the existence of God.
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