William Lane Craig

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'''William Lane Craig''' (born August 23, 1949) is an American [[philosophy|philosopher]] and [[theology|theologian]] known for his contributions to the [[philosophy of religion]], [[philosophical theology]], and [[historical Jesus]] studies.  One of the most visible contemporary proponents of [[natural theology]], Craig has contributed to a number of [[arguments for the existence of God]]. In 1979, Craig authored ''The [[Kalam Argument|Kalam Cosmological Argument]]''
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'''William Lane Craig''' (born August 23, 1949) is an American [[philosophy|philosopher]] and [[theology|theologian]] known for his contributions to the [[philosophy of religion]], [[philosophical theology]], and [[historical Jesus]] studies.  One of the most visible contemporary proponents of [[natural theology]], Craig has contributed to a number of [[arguments for the existence of God]]. In 1979, Craig authored ''The [[Kalam|Kalam Cosmological Argument]]''
  
 
While Craig holds that [[theism]] can be demonstrated, he also embraces the [[reformed epistemology|Plantingian view]] that argument is unnecessary for justified belief in God.
 
While Craig holds that [[theism]] can be demonstrated, he also embraces the [[reformed epistemology|Plantingian view]] that argument is unnecessary for justified belief in God.

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William Lane Craig (born August 23, 1949) is an American philosopher and theologian known for his contributions to the philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, and historical Jesus studies. One of the most visible contemporary proponents of natural theology, Craig has contributed to a number of arguments for the existence of God. In 1979, Craig authored The Kalam Cosmological Argument

While Craig holds that theism can be demonstrated, he also embraces the Plantingian view that argument is unnecessary for justified belief in God.

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