A warning is being issued about a new children's website set up
The Kids Without God campaign is by the American Humanist
Association and supported by prominent atheist Richard Dawkins. Dr.
William Lane Craig of Biola University's Talbot School of
Theology tells OneNewsNow the site has a bias against
supernatural entities such as God or the soul.
"The whole thing is slanted from a naturalistic or atheistic
point of view," he says. "And I think that's unfortunate because I
don't think that there are good reasons to think that naturalism is
true, much less humanism."
The website promotes the virtues of critical thinking and
scientific reflection on evidence claimed to disprove one's faith,
but Craig notes that the site never examines critical arguments
"And so they exhibit a remarkable degree of uncritical thinking
when it comes to their own worldview," he points out. "They're very
good at slamming Christians and atheists, but they aren't very good
at examining their own worldview using their own criteria of
evidence and logic."
Craig says a child's views are not solidly formed enough to
understand the false arguments, let alone be able to defend them,
so they can be easily misled. Craig believes an excellent
website for arguments in defense of faith is ReasonableFaith.org.