William Lane Craig: SSA’s claims of unstoppable group growth “quite unjustified”

Students attend the Secular Student Alliance’s 2012 annual conference in Columbus, Ohio

I published a new article for Examiner.com titled William Lane Craig: SSA’s claims of unstoppable group growth “quite unjustified.” Read the first paragraph of the article below and click the above link for the full article.

Christian apologist and philosopher William Lane Craig — in the most recent episode of his Reasonable Faith Podcast titled “Is Atheism Growing at the Expense of Theism?” — has rebuked the Secular Student Alliance (SSA), a national organization which seeks to organize and empower nonreligious students around the country, by saying that claims of its unstoppable growth are “quite unjustified.” The SSA, Craig says, is “utterly distort[ing]” and “putting spin on” the growth of secular student groups when compared to Campus Crusade for Christ groups.