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Stay Tuned In : Nabeel Qureshi Debates Shabir Ally

Stay tuned in to watch live stream of a debate between Dr. Nabeel Qureshi (a former Muslim), author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus and Imam Dr. Shabir Ally on the question, “What Is God Really Like: Tawhid or Trinity?” at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (EDT). Apologetics Canada claims in its Facebook page that Imam learned debating skills by watching another prominent Christian apologist Dr. William Lane Craig.

Dr. Qureshi is in the RZIM’s speaking team. This is what he had to say about Dr. Ally:

“I’m honored to debate Dr. Shabir Ally. The last time I saw him was in 2004 when I was still a Muslim. I was watching him debate and was hoping he’d win.”

Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to watch Dr. Qureshi taking on Dr. Ally.

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Is There a Good Analogy for the Trinity?

In this audio, Dr. William Lane Craig corrects his former analogy of Trinity with mythical three-headed dog that he made so while lecturing in Veritas-Forum in Florida sometime ago.


Free Live Streaming of Dr. Craig vs. Rosenberg’s Debate on “Is Faith on God Reasonable?”

Is Faith in God Reasonable DebatePurdue University, IN is hosting a debate between Dr. William Lane Craig against Alex Rosenberg on “Is Faith in God Reasonable?”  The debate can be streamed free online which is going to take place on February 1, 2013 between 7-9:30 PM EST. The event is sponsored by the Department of Christian Apologetics Program at Biola University, Symposia Christi at Purdue University, Corey Miller, and Dr. Craig’s own unique web ministry, Reasonable Faith.

To view the debate online, please sign up at www.biola.edu/debate.

Video: Cosmological Argument

The Cosmological Argument or First Cause Argument is a philosophical argument for the existence of God. In this sense, it is one of the highly regarded arguments for the the existence of God. The basic premise of the argument is that the universe has its beginning; something caused it to exist. And the First Cause must be an Uncaused Cause which is by extension is the Supreme being, God.

In the following video, well-known philosophers like William Lane Craig, Quentin Smith, and other philosophers discuss the cosmological argument for the existence of God along with Big Band model.


Dr. Douglas Groothius lecture on the Cosmological Argument: