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Justin Brierley

Justin Brierley presents Faith Explored on Saturday afternoons which includes the debate programme Unbelievable? at 2.30pm. The show is also a popular podcast and has produced an annual evangelism and apologetics conference. He is also the Senior Editor of Premier Christianity Magazine.

Justin splits his time between radio presenting and editing Premier Christianity. He loves apologetics (defence of the faith) and tries to create programmes and write articles that bring theology into the real world.

While at school Justin once played the stepson of CS Lewis (one of his theological heroes) in a professional stage play. After school he went on to study PPE at Oxford University where he continued to be involved in amateur dramatics.

Justin has a wonderful wife called Lucy who is the minister of a church in Surrey. They have four amazing children too. When he's not working Justin is usually either spending time with his family or helping out at the church where you'll sometimes find him playing guitar and singing (if you're unlucky).

Follow Justin Brierley on Twitter @UnbelievableJB

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