In "The God Debate II: Harris vs. Craig," Craig argues that theism provides a sound foundation for both objective moral values and duties, while atheism has no basis for either. Harris counters that on atheism, moral values do not exist, and that there is no foundation for objective moral duties. Craig rebuttals that without freedom of the will, there is no moral responsibility. The two debate the existence of objective morality without coming to a conclusion.
This YouTube video discusses the debate between Dr. Craig and Prof. Harris about the existence of God. Dr. Craig argues that most people who believe in God are praying for their children to be spared, and that this is all part of God's plan. Prof. Harris points out that this is not morally accountable, and that this kind of faith is really the perfect example of narcissism.
In this video, Dr. Craig and Dr. Harris debate the existence of objective morality. Dr. Craig argues that, on atheism, there is no objective moral value to humans beings. Dr. Harris argues that, on atheism, there is still a sense of morality, because it is based in a being who is goodness itself. In the end, they both agree to sign books in the lobby.