William Lane Craig is finally wrong. He’s making a huge mistake in not taking the Bible literally.
Oddly enough, when you make two decisions about the Bible, God’s book suddenly makes sense.
First, a decision to take it literally. What it says is what it means.
Second, a distinction between Christianity and Israel. That should sound like a no-brainer, mostly because, well, it is!
Suddenly, the average Christian, of average intelligence, can realize that every Biblical reference to Christianity ends at the beginning of the Tribulation, and does not reappear until after Christ’s return to the earth for a literal 1,000 year reign.
Mr. Craig seems not to be making these distinctions. It’s a gross error in his doctrine. As intelligent as he is – and many of his debate opponents will concede he’s very intelligent – he’s made a serious blunder in his theology in this regard.
He’s going to be a little embarassed when he finds himself standing in front of the Lord Jesus Christ, meeting in the clouds, and still very much alive.