William Lane Craig lectures on naturalistic alternatives to the Big Bang
This is a must see…
Here’s the lecture, which was given in 2004 at the University of Colorado, Boulder. A very liberal university!
This lecture is suitable for intermediate and advanced Christian apologists.
The description of the video states:
This is quite simply one of the best lectures William Lane Craig (a philosopher of science) has given. Craig explores the origins of the universe. He argues for a beginning of the universe, while refuting scientific models like the Steady State Theory, the Oscillating Theory, Quantum Vacuum Fluctuation Model, Chaotic Inflationary Theory, Quantum Gravity Theory, String Theory, M-Theory and Cyclic Ekpyrotic Theory.
And here is the description of the lecture from Reasonable Faith:
A Templeton Foundation lecture at the University of Colorado, Boulder, laying out the case from contemporary cosmology for the beginning of the universe and its theological implications. Includes a lengthy Q & A period which features previous critics and debate opponents of Dr…
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