Below, please find my summary of the Craig-Rosenberg debate, which occurred on February 1st, 2013 at Purdue University.
Brian Auten has posted the MP3 audio of the debate at Apologetics 315.
Below is the summary.
Dr. Craig’s opening speech:
The topic: What are the arguments that make belief in God reasonable or unreasonable?
First speech: arguments for reasonableness of belief in God
Second speech: respond to arguments against reasonableness of belief in God
- Contingency argument: God – a transcendent, personal being – is the explanation of why a contingent universe exists.
- Cosmological argument: God is the cause of the beginning of the universe, which is attested by physics and cosmology.
- Applicability of mathematics to nature: God is the best explanation for the applicability of mathematics to nature.
- Fine-tuning argument: God is the best explanation of the fine-tuning of the universe to…
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