You might remember that Dr. Craig used a new argument in his debate with Lawrence Krauss in Melbourne, Australia.
My notes on the debate record it thus:
The unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics:
- The underlying structure of nature is mathematical – mathematics is applicable to nature
- Mathematical objects can either be abstract objects or useful fiction
- Either way, there is no reason to expect that nature should be linked to abstract objects or fictions
- But a divine mind that wants humans to understand nature is a better explanation for what we see
And now Dr. Craig has expanded on it in the Q&A section of his Reasonable Faith web site.
Dear Dr Craig
Firstly can I thank you for all your work. My faith in Christ has been enormously strengthened through studying your work in apologetics in particular and I have grown in confidence in my Christian witness.
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