James F. Sennett
Professor of Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies
Lincoln Christian College and Seminary
This article defends William Lane Craig)s Kalam Cosmological Argument against the objection that) even if the argument is sound) it does not prove theism) since it does not require the full-blown God of theism to solve the first-cause problem. A valid argument and defense of each premise is offered) followed by application to other natural theology arguments.