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.

Battle of the Titans – William Lane Craig vs. Christopher Hitchens

At Biola College, April, 2009. Two titans clashed.

Hitchens died December 15, 2011. He was considered the chief spokesman for the New Atheist movement. He was an audience charmer with a cool, suave, confident air about him, but he often used this as a way to bolster weak arguments. He could certainly sway an audience.

William Lane Craig remains a very formidable philosopher and apologist with an extraordinary level head, keen insight, relentless Christ-centeredness and as bold as a lion.