This is my take on William Lane Craig's Oxford talk. A lot of attention has been paid to the last part of the talk, so I gave more attention to the other par...
William Lane Craig seems to disregard just how much needs to be believed in so that his version of reality can exist. You needn't be a genius to see that is takes a fair amount of belief to even consider a being or power that is changeless, immaterial, and not to mention one beyond time and space. He seems ignore that Occam's Razor would apply the his cause, in this case a supreme being.. especially since belief in that being, itself would be a complicated matter considering all of its attributes. I wonder if we could credit him with this quote "A god can be imagined, therefore, it exists."..
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