Thursday, July 12, 2012


A Universe From Nothing?

UCCF's have just published my paper 'A Universe From Someone: Against Lawrence Krauss' A Universe From Nothing: Why There is Something Rather than Nothing'.

As you might have guessed, this paper is a highly critical review of atheist physicist Lawrence Krauss' bestselling book A Universe From Nothing: Why There is Something Rather than Nothing (Free Press, 2012).

Other Recommended Resources

Video Resources

William Lane Craig, ‘Why Does Anything at All Exist?'
William Lane Craig, ‘Who Designed The Designer?’
William Lane Craig vs. Lawrence M. Krauss, ‘Is There Evidence For God?’

Audio Resources

Justin Brierley, ‘Unbelievable: A Universe From Nothing? Lawrence Krauss vs. Rodney Holder’
William Lane Craig, ‘A Universe From Nothing’
William Lane Craig, ‘Lawrence Krauss On Creation Out Of Nothing’


David Albert, ‘On the Origin of Everything’
Ross Anderson, ‘Has Physics Made Philosophy and Religion Obsolete?’The Atlantic 
William E. Caroll, ‘The Science of Nothing’
Paul Copan, ‘Is Creatio Ex Nihilo A Post-Biblical Invention? An Examination of Gerhard May’s Proposal’
William Lane Craig, ‘Atheist Physicist’s Repudiation of Logic and Probability Theory’
Sam Harris, ‘Everything and Nothing: An Interview with Lawrence M. Krauss’
John Horgan, ‘Science Will Never Explain Why There’s Something Rather Than Nothing’ Scientific American (April 23rd, 2012)
Massimo Pigliucci, ‘Lawrence Krauss: another physicist with an anti-philosophy complex’
Richard Taylor, ‘The Cosmological Argument: A Defence’
Peter S. Williams, ‘Who Made God?’
Peter S. Williams, ‘Cambridge Union Debate (with analysis): This House Believes God Is Not A Delusion’


Bruce R. Reichenbach, The Cosmological ArgumentA Reassessment (Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1972)

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