This book presents Craig's cogent and compelling arguments for theism.
It is for this reason that it is impossible to provide a proof of the existence of God that will simply be read by everybody and automatically accepted by everybody.
His great effort in this book, while expected, is very much appreciated.
It was recommended to me. Not as earth shattering as I was led to believe but it is worth reading nonetheless.Published 10 months ago by Jacob S. Idzerda
Excellent for understanding and intelligently being able to debate your point of view and the reason why you believe in your faith...Published 15 months ago by Mike C
William Lane Craig (born 1949) is a Christian apologist formerly associated with Campus Crusade for Christ; he currently holds the position of research professor of philosophy at... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Steven H. Propp
My philosophy professor borrowed me this book because we've spoken on some of the topics discussed by Craig and Sinnot-Armstrong. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by Tim K
This was a fantastically concise novel on the debate of God. It's not too difficult for the average Joe to understand but also not over-simplistic. I would highly recommend this. Read morePublished on February 19, 2011 by CBRASDAS
This is a welcome addition to the ongoing believer/doubter dialogue. The debaters were mutually respectful and free of dogmatic assertions. Read morePublished on January 14, 2009 by Eugene R. Walker
Although this is a decent book with articulate and interesting debate, I can't fully recommend it because the entire debate is silly in the first place. Read morePublished on February 10, 2008 by M. Marchese
In the debate over the existence of God between Craig, a Christian, and Sinnott-Armstrong, an atheist, much care is taken to separate this work from similar texts. Read morePublished on January 19, 2008 by Nathan A. Edwards
William Lane Craig is one of my favorite Christian apologists. But he has his hands full in this debate over the existence of God. Read morePublished on November 21, 2007 by Dr. Marc Axelrod