that cracked me up...
I just finished hearing the closing arguments. I think as an Atheist that Dacey did quite well. He kept to a coherent structure, assumed burden of evidence as an Atheist (which nearly all don't!), and presented I think an interesting overall argument for God's hiddenness (despite some silly statements such as the woman's birth canal
I think Craig was able to successfully refute all Darcey's arguments. I think Darcey wasn't able to refute Craig's arguments, but was able to make a dint in Craig's use of the "big bang" as scientific evidence the universe has a beginning. It is the case like Darcey says that scientists debate the beginning point. Many-universe theories are perhaps a way out, or a break down in the laws of physics so that the universe "just is." Still, we have great evidence in the way of the inflationary big bang model (which is the theory that currently has broad acceptance) that the universe has a beginning. And Craig's argument still holds up regardless of the "big bang" since Craig provides other logical arguments for accepting a beginning.
And those last five minutes of Craig, really blasted Darcey in my opinion and quite convincingly wrapped up the debate in Craig's favour for me.