Christians Do Have a Reasonable Faith

Are you a Christian who wishes to know the reasons why you believe? Do you want to share the hope that you have in Christ with your atheist, agnostic, Muslim, and skeptic friends reasonably? Take 49 minutes of your time to be geared with leading arguments for the reasons why we, Christians, do have a reasonable faith from the world leading Christian philosopher, debater and theologian William Lane Craig.

Craig is, according to one of the leading atheist, Sam Harris,  “the one Christian apologist who seems to have put the fear of God into many of my fellow atheists”.

In Watermark Church, 2009 – Todd Wagner interviewed Dr. William Lane Craig  through  his common arguments for God’s existence: the contingency, cosmological, teleological(fine-tuning), moral argument, and evidence for the resurrection of Jesus.

Recommended Books:

Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics and On Guard by William Lane Craig is brilliant for the beginners in Christian apologetics.

The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology edited by William Lane Craig and J. P. Moreland is a master piece for them who are advance in Christian apologetics. The book features The Leibnizian cosmological argument(Alexander R. Pruss), The kalam cosmological argument (William Lane Craig and James D. Sinclair), The teleological argument: an exploration of the fine-tuning of the universe (Robin Collins), The argument from consciousness (J. P. Moreland), The argument from reason (Victor Reppert), The moral argument (Mark D. Linville), The argument from evil (Stewart Goetz), The argument from religious experience (Kai-Man Kwan), The ontological argument (Robert E. Maydole) and The argument from miracles: a cumulative case for the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth (Timothy McGrew and Lydia McGrew)

Visit also Craig’s home page: Reasonable Faith for much more.