Frank Zindler vs. William Lane Craig debate

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Frank Zindler

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Frank Zindler is an American atheist and he is currently the editor of American Atheist Magazine and Director of American Atheist Press. Dr. William Lane Craig is a Christian apologist and philosopher who has debated numerous prominent atheists.

The website TrueOrigin declares concerning the debate between atheist Frank Zindler and Christian philosopher Dr. William Lane Craig:

Frank Zindler

A leading light in the American Atheists. Isn’t it amazing how so many atheists love evolution and appear to be threatened by the massive scientific evidence for creation? Zindler took the atheism side in an Atheism v. Christianity debate in front of 7,500 people at Willow Creek Community Church, USA. His opponent, Dr William Lane Craig, tore his ignorant arguments to shreds so effectively that many atheists in the audience realised that Zindler had lost the debate. It was presumably to this debate that John Snowden was alluding when he wrote that a representative of the American Atheists, whom he used to support, lost a public debate to a “fundamentalist” (Skeptic 18(3), 1998).[1]

The debate took place on June 27, 1993 in Buffalo Grove, Illinois and aired live on radio in the greater Chicago area.

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