2021-09-07T11:23:00+01:00By Joel Furches, behavioral psychologist
What if “certainty” is dangerous?
2021-09-01T10:22:00+01:00By Jeff Hardin
Jeff Hardin explains how researching human development has caused him to wonder at the beauty of God’s creation
2021-08-24T09:29:00+01:00By Dr Ruth Bancewicz
Join Dr Ruth Bancewicz for a guided meditation, looking at the beauty of God’s creation
2021-08-10T13:39:00+01:00By Jim Mason
Writing in response to Dr Luke Barnes' article on why he no longer believes in young earth creationism, physicist and engineer, Dr Jim Mason shares his own story, and explains why he believes a “plain reading” of Genesis leads to a young earth viewpoint
2021-08-05T10:56:00+01:00By Steve Bell
Hatun Tash has been a vocal and sometimes controversial critic of Islam since her conversion to Christianity. While debating with Muslims at Speakers’ Corner last week, she was stabbed on her face and hands. Mission leader and author Steve Bell believes Hatun’s confrontational style of evangelism is biblical, and says the 39 year-old apologist deserves our respect
2021-07-13T18:37:00+01:00By Simon Edwards
Simon Edwards presents four big questions that point towards the existence of God
2021-06-30T11:35:00+01:00By Alister McGrath, Andreas Idreos professor of science and religion at the University of Oxford
CS Lewis’ books communicate some of the most profound truths of the Christian faith in a way that all can understand, and remain classics to this day, says Alister McGrath
2021-06-29T15:29:00+01:00By Dan Hitchens
The secular journalist known for critiquing left-wing ideas has attracted a huge following in recent years. He might identify as an atheist, but the former Christian remains fascinated by faith
2021-05-25T13:45:00+01:00By Ruth Jackson
A leading expert in Artificial Intelligence talks about her faith journey, life-saving technology and being a woman in science.
2021-05-04T13:50:00+01:00By NT Wright
God’s ‘impassibility’ means that God doesn’t experience emotions the way humans do. It comes from the Latin ‘passio’, which is about suffering. Suffering can be seen either in terms of ‘this is very painful’, or in a more technical way – the idea that something is being done to me. ...
2021-04-29T09:59:00+01:00By Chris Goswami
The modern-day Areopagus is increasingly providing Christians with spiritual content and is an ideal platform for evangelism and debate, says Chris Goswami
2021-03-24T15:54:00+00:00By Alister McGrath
Alister McGrath remembers the distinguished academic and Anglican priest who has died at the age of 90
2020-11-23T00:00:00+00:00By Nick Page
Christmas is coming! And with it the usual stories telling us that the festival has pagan origins. But is it true? Nick Page investigates
2020-03-20T00:00:00+00:00By Megan Cornwell
Megan Cornwell investigates the sect that believes African Americans are the true Hebrew Israelites
2020-02-20T00:00:00+00:00By Glen Scrivener
Following his debate with a leading atheist, Glen Scrivener explains why rejecting Christianity can result in chilling moral consequences
2020-01-07T00:00:00+00:00By Justin Brierley
Justin Brierley has moderated hundreds of lively debates on Christianity and atheism, but when a renowned Christian apologist met a popular YouTube personality at a Californian megachurch, it turned out to be one of the most remarkable events the broadcaster has ever hosted
2019-11-21T00:00:00+00:00By Peter J Williams
Following his debate on The Big Conversation, Dr Peter J Williams explains why we can be confident in the story of Jesus’ birth
2019-10-21T00:00:00+01:00By Dr William Lane Craig
Following his Big Conversation with cosmologist Roger Penrose, renowned Christian philosopher William Lane Craig outlines three ways the science of the universe points to God
Thousands of people are turning to the academics who make up the so-called Intellectual Dark Web with their questions about the meaning of life. As The Big Conversation from Unbelievable? relaunches, Esther O’Reilly asks whether they‘ll find the right answers.
2019-03-18T00:00:00+00:00By Sam Hailes
A new generation is re-thinking what they've been told about Christianity, the Bible and what it means to be a follower of Jesus. They argue a 'new reformation' is taking place as they voice their doubts and embrace a process known as theological deconstruction. Those who have walked this road say it's a life-giving and ultimately faith-affirming process, but others are sceptical. Sam Hailes investigates
2018-11-21T00:00:00+00:00By Andy Bannister
It is 70 years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations. Following his Big Conversation debate with Peter Singer, Andy Bannister says the document still poses a significant problem for atheists
2018-10-23T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
Free will vs determinism isn’t just a debate for Christians. Atheists face a similar conundrum, as Justin Brierley explains
Popular atheists including Steven Pinker say that science, human rights and reason are a result of the Enlightenment conquering religious superstition. That’s just another fairytale, argues Nick Spencer
2018-07-26T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
The UK’s most famous illusionist recently sat down with the country’s best known vicar to talk about faith and happiness. Justin Brierley introduces their conversation
Don’t call him a ‘religious thinker’ or ‘philosopher’. The apostle Paul doesn’t fit into our modern categories, says one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars, Tom Wright
2017-10-25T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
The prominent Christian apologist, who converted from Islam, passed away on Saturday 16th September aged 34
2017-08-04T00:00:00+01:00By Sam Hailes
Tom Wright is best known for his academic and popular work in defense of Christianity and Christ's resurrection. But the professor has just waded into one of the most divisive social and cultural issues of our time. Sam Hailes reports
2017-06-23T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
What makes an atheist want to listen to a Christian radio show? Drawing from his new book, Justin Brierley explains why believers need to learn the art of good conversations again
2017-04-14T00:00:00+01:00By NT Wright
Tom Wright explains why, as an ancient historian, the resurrection of Jesus from death makes historical sense.
Hundreds of archaeological findings are confirming the biblical record. Peter S Williams looks at some of the most interesting discoveries
2017-02-22T00:00:00+00:00By Justin Brierley
Ahead of London Bible Week, Tom Wright tells Justin Brierley how Christians should think about the atonement
2016-06-17T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
Why would a loving God allow suffering? With the release, of his new book Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I'm still a Christian Justin Brierley presents three ways to respond to the hardest question of them all
2016-05-12T00:00:00+01:00By Justin Brierley
A new argument is changing the way Christians are seeking to persuade sceptics of the truth of the resurrection. With the release of Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I'm still a Christian, Justin Brierley presents the ‘minimal facts’.
2016-03-14T00:00:00+00:00By Justin Brierley
With the release of Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I'm still a Christian, Justin Brierley makes the case for a creator
Lynn K Wilder served in the Mormon Temple and as an LDS professor in Utah. She explains what convinced her to leave.
The Bible is often assumed, by many here in the UK, to be the stuff of legend, belonging with Aesop’s fables or Hans Christian Andersen, rather than history books. How do we respond to this challenge?
2014-03-05T00:00:00+00:00By Lucinda Borkett-Jones
Lord Paul Boateng talks faith, politics and community.
This year marks 200 years since the birth of Charles Darwin - but did he really just support an atheist worldview, or was there more to his faith journey than that?
2014-02-05T00:00:00+00:00By Steve Morris
Michael Green is an academic with a heart for evangelism and not afraid of a fight. Now in his 80th year, he shows no signs of slowing down...