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Unbelievable?

Unbelievable?
Why After Ten Years of Talking with Atheists, I’m Still a Christian
 
Our Price: £6.99
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ISBN/EAN: 9780281077984
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Publisher: SPCK
Author: Justin Brierley
Format: Paperback
 
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Born out of Premier Radio’s popular Unbelievable? podcasts, this book invites readers to unpack some of the most common objections to Christianity, equipping them to respond to sceptics and better understand the reason for their faith.

Conversations matter.

Yet, recently, good conversations about faith have been increasingly squeezed out of the public sphere.

Seeking to reopen the debate, Justin Brierley began to invite atheists and sceptics on to Premier Christian Radio to air arguments for and against the Christian faith.

But how has ten years of discussion with atheists affected the presenter’s faith?

Reflecting on conversations with Richard Dawkins, Derren Brown and many more, Justin explains why he still finds Christianity the most compelling explanation for life, the universe and everything. And why, regardless of belief or background, we should all welcome the conversation.

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