Before Anthony Flew, one the world's most prominent atheists, confessed to having been persuaded of the existence of God he debated the Resurrection with Christian philosopher Gary Habermas at Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. Although their first public debate, it certainly was not the first time the two had squared off. They have been in conversation for over 20 years, exchanging ideas on the existence of God and the Resurrection. Their public debate, now published as Did the Resurrection Happen: A Conversation with Gary Habermas and Anthony Flew is a rich, intelligent, and exceptionally insightfuldebate between friends who stick to the topic, never pull punches, and yet, never devolve into ad hominem attacks. As J.P. Morelan has noted, this debate is "All meat" and is a "model of civility".
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