Category Archives: Philosophy

Christopher Hitchens on God’s Wastefulness

In his April 2009 debate with William Lane Craig (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tYm41hb48o), Christopher Hitchens presented a long string of arguments which I regard as irrelevant to the question which those gentlemen were actually debating, which is whether or not God exists.  In … Continue reading

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Professor, Was Jesus Really Born to a Virgin?

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff interviews William Lane Craig of Talbot School of Theology and Houston Baptist University, asking about Jesus’ miraculous conception and birth.  The interview was published in the Times on December 21, 2018.  Click here.  Enjoy! … Continue reading

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The Existence of God: A Concise Summary

Since publishing my essay on the existence of God, I have wanted to provide a concise summary of the argument. Why do I do this?  It is because when I see the trees and the stars, realizing the transcendent genius … Continue reading

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Neuroscience and Free Will

Neuroscience provides strong evidence for the reality of free will.  (Read more.)

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The Existence of God

(Previously published in serial form.) Click the title, then click here.

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William Lane Craig podcast

Treat yourself to a William Lane Craig podcast.  This one has to do with the impossibility of grounding objective moral values in a Darwinian account of human origins.  Click the title, then click here.

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Philosophy of Science

[The following essay was presented orally at the University of Oregon on May 3, 2006. – ed.] May 3, 2006 © 2006 Thomas O. Alderman Remarks MARS HILL FORUM University of Oregon Defining “Science”: How Philosophy Reconciles Science and Religion … Continue reading

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