Troy (a.k.a. Youtube user Parture) from Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) tries to prove the existence of God with the argument that "something cannot come from nothing," as popularized by Christian apologists like William Lane Craig. This call is a follow-up to an e-mail discussion that can be read on the Atheist Experience Blog and Biblocality.com.
This is an edited clip from The Atheist Experience #675 of September 19, 2010 (topic: viewer calls) with Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner. The complete show can be watched on Blip.tv and Ustream.tv:
► Axp Blog: http://atheistexperience.blogspot.com...
► Biblocality: http://biblocality.com/forums/showthr...
► Parture: http://www.youtube.com/user/Parture
TheAtheistExperience is a fan appreciatian channel on YouTube. The operator of this channel does not speak on behalf of the ACA or any other atheist. The "debate" between Troy (Parture) and the operator of this channel on Biblocality.com was just a quick response to a message that was sent to this channel. Troy never pointed out that he would publish the reply on his own blog and carry on the "debate" there. When asked to removed it, he simply said, "No." Oh well...
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