William Lane Craig, Eastwooding is not advisable

The internet has recently been abuzz with discussion and mocking of Clint Eastwood’s ‘empty chair debate‘ with an ‘invisible Barack Obama’ at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Although there has not been enough jokes concerning Gestalt psychology, a Twitter account — @invisibleobama; — has approximately 70,000 followers at the time of this post!

Popular Christian apologist William Lane Craig recently offered his own take on ‘Eastwooding’ by taking a jab at Richard Dawkins who has refused to debate William Lane Craig as detailed in a 2011 article in The Guardian. Within this article, Dawkins said he would rather leave an empty chair than have a platform with Craig. Read More

William Lane Craig: Internet just as much threat to atheism as it is to theism

I published a new article for Examiner.com titled “William Lane Craig: Internet just as much threat to atheism as it is to theism.” Read the first paragraph of the article below and click above for the full article.

A popular meme amongst contemporary atheists is that the internet is ‘a place where religions come to die.’ Individual atheists additionally assert that the internet can be seen as a ‘force for atheism’ which is leading people away from religious belief. Christian apologist William Lane Craig — in the most recent episode of the Reasonable Faith Podcast titled “Does the Web Lead to Skepticism” — rebuts this claim arguing that ‘information overload’ causes the internet to be “just as much a death knell and threat to atheism as it is to theism.”

William Lane Craig: Some atheists suppress and deny their belief in God

Image for Craig’s newest podcast episode

I published a new article for Examiner.com titled “William Lane Craig: Some atheists suppress and deny their belief in God.” Read the first paragraph below. Click the above link for the full article.

In the newest episode of the Reasonable Faith Podcast titled “Does Reason Lead to Atheism or Theism,” William Lane Craig argues that some atheists actually believe in God although they deny their belief. Craig explains that sin and complexities of human psychology can lead atheists to suppress their belief in God.

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.

NEPA Freethought Society Podcast Episode 12 – Practical Strategies to Combat Faith – with Dr. Peter Boghossian

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Episode 12 of the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast is now available! Below is information copied directly from the podcast’s page:

Podcast Topic:
The episode – largely a discussion between Dr. Boghossian and the podcast’s host Justin Vacula – covers three interrelated topics: what religious faith means and why it is, as Boghossian calls it, a cognitive sickness and pretending to know something you don’t know; how all types of people can effectively engage persons of faith; and how individuals can be effective agents of change in the secular movement and beyond.