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[official] The Absurdity of Life Without God - William Lane Craig at Veritas at Northwestern, 2001

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Published on Jun 26, 2012

http://www.veritas.org/talks - Internationally renowned theologian and apologist William Lane Craig invites us to imagine a world without God; "a world in which only human beings exist in their tiny corner of the universe." In such a world can morality exist? Can humans find happiness? After a series of dramatic readings, William Lane Craig discusses the implications of a world without God and responds to questions from the audience. Join the discussion! From The Veritas Forum at Northwestern, 2001.

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