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Craig vs. Grayling: Belief in God Makes Sense in Light of Tsunamis (CD)

William Lane Craig and A.C. Grayling
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Founded in 1823, the Oxford Union is the most prestigious debating society in the world, within whose walls British prime ministers and heads of the state have argued their views. On the evening of April 28, 2005, the Union sponsored this unusual debate between the American Christian philosopher William Lane Craig and Oxford University's own A.C. Grayling, a distinguished philosopher and man of letters famous in Great Britain for his vociferous secularism. Decide for yourself whether belief in God can be rationally maintained in the face of terrible suffering.


Format Audio CD
Length (in Minutes) 114
Number of Discs 2