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Here's a lecture by the Protestant apologist William Lane Craig. I haven't listened yet, but I'm typically a fan of his work. Since he primarily works countering secular thought, I find I can agree with him more often than not -- though I do occasionally disagree. In any case, I think he's among the best Protestant representatives in the cultural dialogs, and therefore I'm linking the following...

Internationally acclaimed religious scholar, theologian, and philosopher, Dr. William Lane Craig will speak to us on the topic of religion's interaction with morality. Is this a serious issue? Can we be moral beings without a God? Dr. Craig address these issues, and also takes questions at the end of his lecture.
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