I'm confused about one thing in Craig's explanation of the Kalam argument that you might know, stuntpickle. He claimed that the cause of the universe was "personal". I don't know what he meant by that.
The way I see it, a choice had to be made by this cause. That meant the cause had to be conscious in some way in order to make that choice. I don't know what that consciousness is, but I wonder if it is related to the "personal" aspect of the cause that Craig claimed is required.
Do you know?