William Lane Craig & Lawrence Krauss

Oh the hubris of human reasoning!

It seeks nothing higher than its own prowess. Unfortunately Craig, not being a Presuppositionalist, is hardly able to puncture this ceiling either. A transcendental argument is needed here.

Transcendental or presuppositional apologetic methodology can be a ghetto but there are times when it is crucial. This debate is just such a time.

Oh where is the spirit of Bahnsen, to come take this destructive little boy’s (Krauss) toys away from him before he wreaks any more havoc? Only the assumptions of brutal, icy scientism (along with its unarticulated pre-commitments) are allowable in the parameters of Krauss’ epistemological naturalism.

Krauss is highly charmed by his own intellect, perfectly unaware that he is using “borrowed capital”. His hubris is frankly, nauseating.

A Future Force to be Reckoned With

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Max Andrews is definitely a force to be reckoned with in the future of philosophical and apologetic debate.

Much of his writing takes mental effort, but he cannot help but let his C.S. Lewis-esque heart and passion bleed through.

He has published a compendium of sorts…

http://sententias.org/2013/06/09/philsci-directory/

Valuable resource to say the least.

Thank you Max!