Debate: Walter Martin vs Madalyn Murray O’Hair.


Here’s the hard-to-find debate between the great Christian apologist, Walter Martin, and the infamous anti-theist, Madalyn Murray O’Hair. 

DefCon makes this classic debate from 1968, entitled Walter Martin vs Madalyn Murray O’Hair, available to you as an MP3 download.  

You are sure to enjoy this.

9 thoughts on “Debate: Walter Martin vs Madalyn Murray O’Hair.

  1. “She looks more believable then he does. I feel that she is nicer too. My experience tells me that she…”
    That’s how we got Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barak Obama, and the great falling away today. Either God’s Word is true and every man a liar, or we are all basiclly good down deep inside and can make decisions by our own free will thanks to a spark of the devine nature in us.
    The Narrow Way is called narrow for a reason, as is the broad road to destruction. Look who promotes the broader way, not just in Protestant circles but in cults, Rome, other religions, New Age ad nosiun and you will see their god needs man’s assistance…
    Also you will se that being liberal means broad (road) minded, and holding to the Word of God in context is narrow (road) minded.


  2. Hi,
    Please forgive me, I tried to find a contact on your site. Is there any way you could please turn off the snowflakes? At first I thought I had more floaters in my eyes! Im so sorry, I just dont have glasses right now…and I’d love to keep reading your site.
    Thank you,


  3. Pilgrim, to disable the snowflakes go to the “Dashboard”, scroll down and click “Users”, click “Personal Settings”, scroll down to “Snow”, then uncheck the radio box that states “Show falling snow on blogs where it’s enabled”.

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  4. I remember this debate, listening to it online as a young Christian in 1999 and listening online when it use to be dial-up. Thanks for this reminder and blast from the past!


  5. Thank you for sharing this. Does it really stop at 2:53:41? I have so many things I feel I want to say, that I could only say that Hallelujah I am encouraged by Walter Martin’s witness in this debate.


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