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  1. Atheists Can Easily Beat the Kalam - Responding to Trinity Radio

    Here I respond to a video by Trinity Radio discussing objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument. Topis include the Grim Reaper’s Paradox, the Big Bang, libertarian agency, and the Causal Principle.

    00:00 Introduction 01:45 The grim reaper paradox 14:28 The grim messenger paradox 29:30 The purpose of these paradoxes 32:45 Science and the Kalam 37:00 Causes and the multiverse 42:50 The cause of the universe 49:40 Different kinds of causes? 58:30 Why libertarian agency? 1:03:00 God existing timelessly 1:09:30 A material cause of the universe 1:21:00 Thick vs thin versions of the Kalam 1:26:00 Christianity or Deism? 1:42:50 Summary and conclusions

    Original video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLirLSAHAfY&

    Nathan and my video response to the Kalam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNEpUEF9Ol4 My book Unreasonable Faith: https://www.amazon.com/Unreasonable-Faith-William-Overstates-Christianity/dp/1912701189/

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  2. A Conversation with Dana Stevens [cont]

    2021-2022 Hartman Symposium

    The legendary silent film comedian Buster Keaton was born in 1895, the same year the Lumière brothers first publicly projected moving pictures. In her new book, Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century, Dana Stevens, the longtime film critic at Slate, spins the implications of this convergence into a unique work of literary nonfiction about how one great filmmaker’s life intertwined with the birth of a medium and of modern American life. Camera Man is a meditation on modernity that weaves together the story of one of the most enigmatic and beloved artists of the last century with the events and cultural forces that made his life and work possible. Propelled by Stevens’ wide-ranging insight and pellucid prose, this is the first book to take Buster Keaton’s fascinating life and timelessly funny work as a prism for understanding the dawn of the age of technologically reproduced images, which is now the place we all live.

    DANA STEVENS is one of the country’s best-known film critics and culture podcasters, with a loyal social media following. She is the film critic at Slate and a co-host of two Slate podcasts, the Culture Gabfest and the Spoiler Special. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, The Atlan…

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  3. [NEW URL IN DESCRIPTION] A Conversation with Dana Stevens

    Event stream resumed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jHDLeJqEPc

    2021-2022 Hartman Symposium

    The legendary silent film comedian Buster Keaton was born in 1895, the same year the Lumière brothers first publicly projected moving pictures. In her new book, Camera Man: Buster Keaton, the Dawn of Cinema and the Invention of the Twentieth Century, Dana Stevens, the longtime film critic at Slate, spins the implications of this convergence into a unique work of literary nonfiction about how one great filmmaker’s life intertwined with the birth of a medium and of modern American life. Camera Man is a meditation on modernity that weaves together the story of one of the most enigmatic and beloved artists of the last century with the events and cultural forces that made his life and work possible. Propelled by Stevens’ wide-ranging insight and pellucid prose, this is the first book to take Buster Keaton’s fascinating life and timelessly funny work as a prism for understanding the dawn of the age of technologically reproduced images, which is now the place we all live.

    DANA STEVENS is one of the country’s best-known film critics and culture podcasters, with a loyal social media following. She is the film critic at Slate and a co-host of two Slate podcasts, the Culture Gabfest and the Spoiler…

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