I’m grateful to my friend AJS for pointing me to this mini-debate from the BBC Today programme between William Lane Craig and Lewis Wolpert.
It is a classic example of two people who will not accept each other’s presuppositions.
The scary thought is that a large number of people would fail to recognise that the second person had any presuppositions. It is ironic in a postmodern world that so many people of ‘no faith’ are still so keen to claim a position of objectivity.
(William Lane Craig is currently running a ‘Reasonable Faith‘ lecture and debate series.)