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About The Big Conversation

Now in its 3rd season, The Big Conversation sees Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley invites some of the biggest minds in the Christian, atheist and religious world to debate some of the biggest questions of science, faith, philosophy and what it means to be human.

Season 3 of the Big Conversation features more world-class thinkers, including Bishop Robert Barron, Alex O’Connor, Paul Davies, Ros Picard, Nick Bostrom, Sabine Hossenfelder, Luke Barnes plus much more inspiring thought-provoking conversations

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The Unbelievable? radio show and podcast has been hosting significant conversations about faith between believers and sceptics for over a decade.

In 2018, Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley invited some of the biggest minds in the Christian and atheist world to debate some of the biggest questions of life in a series of high-quality video debates. The Big Conversation is the result, covering science, faith, philosophy and what it means to be human.

Watch the full series and hear from leading atheist thinkers Daniel Dennett, Susan Blackmore, Steven Pinker, Peter Singer, Derren Brown and Michael Ruse. They’ll be in conversation with leading Christian and theistic voices such as Jordan Peterson, Keith Ward, Rev Richard Coles, Nick Spencer, John Lennox and Andy Bannister.

Don’t just settle for opinions. Listen to conversations and explore the questions that matter most.

The Big Conversation is brought to you by Premier Christian Media U.S.

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About Justin

Show host Justin Brierley is Theology and Apologetics Editor at Premier Christian Radio and the author of the book Unbelievable? Why, after ten years of talking with atheists, I’m still a Christian published by SPCK.

Premier Insight is a ministry that through its various programs like The Big Conversation seeks to inform and equip Christians to share faith confidently and convincingly in our increasingly secular world.

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