Listeners ask about atheist philosopher Graham Oppy, the Atonement, and why debates are important.
Dr. Craig examines an atheist's contention that Christians act irresponsibly due to their view of end times.
Dr. Craig addresses criticism leveled at him from Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis.
An atheist blogger asks why Christians bother to pray when God will do what he wants anyway.
Someone on Facebook accused Dr. Craig of not believing John 3:16. Dr. Craig straightens things out.
Dr Craig begins writing his Systematic Theology with a discussion on the relationship of faith and reason.
Dr. Craig continues his personal life with Sean McDowell, including a discussion on how God sometimes uses failure to accomplish things in our lives.
Dr. Craig is interviewed by Dr. Sean McDowell on his life story and the people who have most influenced him.
Kevin interviews Michael Lepien, Executive Director for Reasonable Faith, on what it's like to travel the world with Dr. Craig, apologetics, and the pandemic's impact on the local church.
On the fifth anniversary of the death of his son, Kevin Harris offers reflections and an encore presentation of the podcast in which Dr. Craig interviewed Kevin.
Dr. Craig exposes what Critical Race Theory is really all about.
Another question on the Problem of Evil, the alleged contradictions in the Resurrection accounts, and the Argument From Contingency.
Dr. Craig fields questions on the "Criterion of Dissimilarity", understanding Genesis, and how philosophy, science, and scripture work together.
Dr. Craig interacts with a philosophy blog on whether the Christian exercises "blind faith" and circular reasoning when it comes to the Resurrection of Jesus.
Dr. Craig shares thoughts on the recent Supreme Court appointment and what it means for the future of the USA.