A Universe from Nothing?

 

Here, William Lane Craig debates atheist Larry Krauss who holds the view that something may come from nothing thereby undermining the Cosmological Argument for the existence of a transcendent creator. Craig’s best point, in my view, was a reference to Columbia philosopher David Albert’s  point that Krauss equivocates on what is meant by “nothing” and that quantum fields may not be considered as “nothing”. Hugh Ross has also published two short, potent rebuttals to Krauss: Click here and here.

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