At the end of the night, Craig’s case for the truth of Christian theism struck me as much more
coherent, plausible, and convincing. I like his cumulative case for God being the best explanation
for the meaningful realities of the world and of life.
1. For details on Craig’s Molinistic views, see Four Views on Divine Providence, ed. Dennis W. Jowers
(Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2011). For a Reformed perspective on God’s knowledge and
providence, I recommend John Frame, The Doctrine of God (Phillipsburg, NJ: P & R Publishing, 2002).