Articles about William Lane Craig

William Lane Craig is a Christian analytic philosopher, theologian, apologist, and author. He is Professor of Philosophy at Houston Baptist University and Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. He’s perhaps best-known for his work on the Kalam cosmological argument and the resurrection of Jesus.

The Fine Tuning of the Universe

The universe is vast, mind-bending, and fascinating. Scientists - religious and non-religious alike - speak of the conditions necessary for life to exist, and the numbers are mind-boggling. If the universe were only slightly different, based on a large number of different forces, no life could exist. This is a strong argument for the existence of an intelligent designer who purposely created everything. Video, 6:27

William Lane Craig on The Ben Shapiro Show

Philosopher, theologian, and best selling author William Lane Craig is well-known for his vigorous defenses of Christianity. Here he spends 60 minutes with religious Jew and conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro.

The Ultimate Question of Origins: God and the Beginning of the Universe

The well-known Kalam Cosmological Argument is sometimes dismissed by skeptics... not on the basis of the argument itself, but because it's used by Christians as support for the biblical account of creation. Here the argument appears in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

The Applicability of Mathematics

It's been said that mathematics is the language of nature. As a former teacher, I often told students that most things in world can expressed mathematically. William Lane Craig believes that theist better explains this facet of math than atheism.

Christians are Idling in Intellectual Neutral

William Lane Craig speaks at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in 2012 on the importance of an engaged mind to we who follow Jesus, and its implications for those who doubt.