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 The Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond the Grave

Contains three chapters by Richard Carrier, covering theories in great detail that the body of Jesus was stolen, misplaced, or raised only in the spirit realm.
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 Licona vs. Carrier:
On the Resurrection
of Jesus Christ

Recorded at UCLA before a crowd of half a thousand. Carrier defends his latest theories of how Christianity began, with slide shows and new evidence from the Bible.
Now available on DVD.

Can We Be Good Without God?
Can We Be Good Without God?
April 21, 2008, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA.
Moral philosopher Walter Sinnott-Armstrong took on former White House domestic policy analyst Dinesh D'Souza on "Can We be Good without God?" Sinnott-Armstrong defended the affirmative by arguing that individual atheists and atheistic societies have in fact been good, and thus obviously can be; that it is false that nothing can be morally right or wrong if God does not exist; and that one does not need to believe in God to know whether a particular act is right or wrong. Though D'Souza disavowed the notion that atheists cannot be good people, Sinnott-Armstrong called him on his past statements that atheism appeals to the morally corrupt and his fallacious argument that atheism is what is responsible for various genocides. See Synopsis for more.

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Lawyer vs. Theologian: The Tabash-Craig Debate
Tabash-Craig Debate: "Secular Humanism vs. Christianity: Which One is True?"
February 8, 1999, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, USA. [VHS only]
Edward Tabash, a Beverly Hills attorney who is affiliated with the Council for Secular Humanism, takes on William Lane Craig, a Christian philosopher and Campus Crusade's full-time anti-atheist debater, arguing that Secular Humanism is preferable and more supported by the evidence than Christian Theism. See Synopsis for more. To order by mail see below. To order online use PayPal. [VHS only]

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