Don’t miss this new blog and debate where two giants of philosophical thought and rhetorical ability engage the biggest question of all time.
William Lane Craig, Ph.D., D. Phil., is one of the world’s leading philosophers of religion and holds the position of Research Professor at Talbot School of Theology and is on the teaching faculty in the M.A. Degree program in Christian Apologetics at Biola University. He earned doctorates from both the University of Birmingham, England and the Univ. of Munich, Germany. He is the author of scores of books and articles on cutting-edge philosophy, theology, and apologetics, and has lectured and debated around the world on the Resurrection of Christ, the existence of God, and other topics of vital interest.
Christopher Hitchens is one of the best-known and most controversial writers and critics in the media. He has been a columnist for Vanity Fair, The Nation, and Slate. He is also a frequent contributor to the London Review, the New York Times Book Review, Los Angeles Times Book Review, and Atlantic Monthly, among others. As a foreign correspondent and travel writer, Hitchens has written from more than 60 countries including current hot spots such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, and North Korea. His book God is Not Great was on the NYT bestseller list for 20 weeks.