I'm going to be in a tiny village in France called Peyresq, for a quantum gravity workshop. There won't be any internet access (except possibly for a hotel at the beginning and end), so don't expect much posting during that time.
Feel free to talk amongst yourselves, and/or wait patiently until I get back to the USA on the 21st.
When I do get back, I'll start cooking up the next post in my current series, probably about what happens if you use horizon thermodynamics (the GSL) in place of the ordinary Second Law of thermodynamics (OSL) to argue that the universe had a beginning, and maybe say some more about models like Aguirre-Gratton which don't have a beginning. Then maybe I'll take a more philosophical turn and start discussing different types of Cosmological Arguments for the Existence of God from a broader perspective. There will be some important differences from Craig's approach as well as from Carroll's, so hopefully it should be interesting.
[By the way, Craig also has some post-debate reflections which I've linked to on my first post on the debate.]