The God Debate II: Harris vs. Craig

In its second year, the God Debate presents a dialogue featuring a neuroscientist known for his atheistic views and an Evangelical Christian apologist. The two intellectuals engage in a discussion centered on the question, “Does the concept of morality originate from a divine source?” The event received support primarily from the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters, including contributions from The Henkels Lecturer Series, The Center for Philosophy of Religion, and the Institute. A man stands at a podium in a dark suit and tie, with a crisp white shirt. He’s intently looking down at some notes on the podium, which also holds a water bottle. Behind him is a large dark-curtained stage, highlighting the speaker as the focal point of the debate event.

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