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Chris Goswami responds to the debate between Matt Dillahunty and Glen Scrivener on whether religious people are healthier, happier and more productive members of society. More

At the heart of the Christian faith is a duty to love God and one’s neighbour. My focus here is on how we love our needy neighbours. People of all ages... More

In many ways the world is shrinking – culturally, economically and politically. One can travel to the other side of the world in less than a day and talk... More

If you are going to scoff at evidence, scoff big. This was the thought that flashed through my mind when the atheist philosopher AC Grayling challenged me during our debate on The Big Conversation to nominate... More

For many living longer is the result of better health and diet and is to be welcomed but for some it can mean loneliness and the need for caring support. Positively, healthy elderly people have a lot to... More

The evidence is seen in the fact that almost a third of those entitled to vote no longer bother to do so. Turnout in December’s election was 67.3% whereas after the World War, in 1950, it was 83.9%. Underlying... More

Justin Brierley of Premier Christian Radio and Unbelievable? just released the latest in his ‘The Big Conversation’ series, a debate between Glen Scrivener and Matt Dillahunty on ‘Can Atheism Lead Us to... More

There is no doubt a hundred years ago these words deserved to be taken seriously. In 1922 the British Empire included a quarter of the world’s population (412 million people) and 24% of the planet’s total... More

The recent Douglas Murray-Esther O’Reilly dialogue was different from most Unbelievable? conversations, to say the least.Murray is a prolific humanist writer and social critic who has authored two bestselling... More

“And God, please bring the dinosaurs back. Amen.” So little Tom Holland used to pray every night before bed, by his own account. For some little boys, it’s cars. For others, it’s sports or video games.... More