Conversations matter. Yet, recently, good conversations about faith have been increasingly squeezed out of the public sphere. Seeking to reopen the debate, our guest began to invite atheists and skeptics on to Premier Christian Radio in the U.K. to air arguments for and against the Christian faith. But how has ten years of discussion with atheists affected his faith? He will explain why he still finds Christianity the most compelling explanation for life, the universe, and everything.
When you hear that your child has a disability, your heart and hope may be broken, but your faith doesn't need to be. Today, our guest, a special needs advocate will help parents reconcile how God can be good even though your situation is devastating. Speaking from personal experience, she will articulate unspoken doubts and question parents ask. Will my child still have a full life? Can I do this? Where is God in all this? Join us for a powerfully encouraging conversation.
Justin Brierley is a radio host on Premier Christian Radio in the UK. He seeks to reopen the debate with aethists and sceptics by bringing them on his talk show to air their arguments for and against the Christian Faith. Alister McGrath (DPhil, DD, Oxford University) is the Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University. He previously held the chair of theology, ministry and education and was head of the Centre for Theology, Religion Culture at King's College, London. He is in constant demand as a speaker at conferences throughout the world and is the author of many books including and .
A San Francisco Bay Area native, Diane has been serving for over 25 years in bi-vocational church leadership, serving the disabled community. Diane’s first son was diagnosed with autism and ADHD/ADD in 2004, at age two which triggered profound personal, professional and spiritual crises. In 2008, she began serving as a special needs ministry consultant and in 2012 launched an online ministry to reach out to special needs families.