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Is One True Religion Even Possible?

William Lane Craig

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Religious pluralism is commonly pushed in every corner of the religious market today. Our youth are practically spoon-fed the idea in an effort to support “tolerance”. But a conflict arises when truth meets tolerance on the battlefield and only one can come out victorious. Dr. William Lane Craig firmly believes that all religions are not the same, and should not be treated as so. At the beginning of this lecture he quickly points out several radical differences in the theology of today’s major accepted religions. In showing that every religion cannot possibly be true at the same time, Dr. Craig faces the obvious opposition that they could all be false. It is towards this question that he directs the remainder of his lecture. Through a series of logical arguments, Dr. Craig attempts to show how a monotheistic worldview is quite compatible with our current view of reality. Dr. Craig boldly faces the difficult questions and seemingly logical inconsistencies that so many skeptics have posed over centuries of debate, questions such as “how could an all-loving God still allow people to go to hell?” and “is it just for people never to hear the Gospel and yet still be condemned?” As Dr. Craig argues, to prevent a logical inconsistency from invalidating Christianity, one must only present a possible counter example or show why the logical inconsistency does not actually exist in the first place. For instance, in answer to the age old question “why doesn’t God make a world where everyone can freely be saved?” Dr. Craig points out that the idea of “freely making someone do something” is a logical inconsistency in and of itself. Therefore, this is not a valid question to be asking. The video concludes with a brief question and answer session.

William Lane Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California. He is the author of Theism, Atheism, and Big Bang Cosmology; Assessing the New Testament Evidence for the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus; Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview; and his signature book, Reasonable Faith.

Approximately 1 hour 9 minutes


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