Does God exist? I will be debating David Glass in Newtownabbey next Wednesday

Does God Exist? I will be debating David Glass, scientist, Christian and author of Atheism’s New Clothes, next Wednesday 9 October at 8pm in Courtyard Theatre, Ballyearl, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland. The debate is organized by Glenabbey Church and will be chaired by Stephen Shaw QC.

Here is a debate that I had with David earlier this year on RTE radio, about his book ‘Atheism’s New Clothes: Exploring and Exposing the Claims of the New Atheists’.

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  1. Good luck Michael; I thought you wiped the floor with David in the radio thing. I have to say I find the theistic position extremely weak in a number of areas, notably the “necessary being” argument, any and all variants of t he ontological argument, and the design argument – none of these work for theists without massive dollops of special pleading. In addition the historicity of that central event, the resurrection, is utterly risible; the theistic approach to this is to simply bluff it up and say that it’s much much better attested than it actually is. I’ve blogged on this here:
    Have fun!

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