A Reasonable Faith – The Ontological Argument

Dr. William Lane Craig is one of modern Christianity’s leading minds. He’s a philosopher, a theologian, an apologist, and a teacher. He regularly debates some of the leading skeptics and atheists in the world, and has garnered the respect of virtually everyone in his field. His ministry, Reasonable Faith, is a great resource for all kinds of useful articles and videos related to Christianity.

In this video from Reasonable Faith, Anselm’s Ontological Argument is presented. Anselm of Canterbury wrote that God is “that than which nothing greater can be conceived”, and believed that if it’s possible that a ‘maximally great’ being exists, then that being must exist. See what you think.

Molinism vs Calvinism: William Lane Craig and Paul Helm

Calvinism is a system of Christian thought known for a specific view of the predestination of believers. Molinism is a lesser-known system with a different view. If you’ve ever wondered about soteriology – that is, the doctrine of salvation – this podcast might be helpful to you.

The operative question in this debate is whether we make the choice to be saved, or whether God chooses whether we will be saved. Neither side of the debate accepts the idea that we can save ourselves, of course…but the two sides differ on whether free will is involved in salvation.