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Just finished listening to another set of (Protestant Apologist) William Lane Craig lectures - this one on Easter and the Resurrection - and I'm quite pleased. As far as I could tell, there's nothing contrary to the Faith in these...so you're on pretty safe ground. Craig even goes so far as to say that it's more reasonable to view the three-fold questioning of Peter by Jesus in John 21:15 et seq. as a commissioning of Peter as the Chief Apostle than "merely" as a restoration following Peter's three-fold denial of Christ. That kind of thinking makes me hopeful that Craig will eventually go the way of folks like Frank Beckwith and Jay Budziszewski and hop the Tiber...but time will tell.

In any case, here are the lectures:

2008/03/10 Easter (Pt. 3)

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2008/03/03 Easter (Pt. 2)

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2008/02/25 Easter (Pt. 1)

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1 comments so far:
    John Servorum - fidesetratio@comcast.net April 26, 2009 at 5:01 PM , said...

    I have been praying for some time for William Lane Craig to be led to the fullness of Christ in the Catholic Church, so I am happy to hear that he understands the deeper meaning of Christ's three-fold question of Peter's love on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
    Wherever he is, Craig is always the smartest guy in the room and he would be a wonderful asset to the Church at this precarious time in salvation history.
    Craig's book "Reasonable Faith" is an absolute masterwork of Christian apologetics and is highly recommended for all Christians, both inside and outside the one true Church.
    Thank you for your work. You have put together a great site.

     

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