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

They had shot down an American drone, attacked the US embassy in Tehran and an oil facility of Saudi Arabia, an ally of the USA. The American Defence Department accused Soleimani and the Quds Force he... More

As ever, there is something at the heart of our world and society that is out of step with the intentions of our Creator. It has been like this ever since Adam and Eve disobeyed God but the consequences... More

Scott Alexander recently posted “New Atheism: The Godlessness that Failed” on his blog Slate Star Codex. He should have topped this with a picture of Dave Rubin sitting on the lap of a smiling Jordan Peterson.... More

The Social Metrics Commission (SMC), an independent group of experts, reckons that there are now more than 14.3 million people in poverty in this country. 8.3 million of them are working-age adults, 4.6... More

Jeremy Corbyn has already said he will not lead the party in the next election but the loss of 59 seats, including that of Dennis Skinner, the “Beast of Bolsover”, signals the need for a serious debate... More

Controversy is not inherently wrong. Matthew 15:1-20 demonstrates that Jesus engaged in controversy with the Pharisees whom he accused of hypocrisy. The Council of Jerusalem was called to resolve a controversy... More

I confess, I scratched my head when I first heard that Dave Rubin and John Lennox were going to be having a conversation about the death of God on Unbelievable? After the sparky, high-octane match-ups... More

In their recent Big Conversation, Bart Ehrman and Peter J. Williams (and yes, people do sometimes confuse us with each other) were notionally discussing the question ‘Can we trust the story of Jesus?’... More

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