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How do we know the Bible to be true? Popular British apologist, author, and podcaster Justin Brierley desires to answer this question head-on. Growing up in a Christian home, his life-changing experiences serving across Africa, and even his personal doubts about faith led him to wonder where genuine Christian theology starts and how we share those things in a predominantly secular society. This idea led to his passion for Christian apologetics, inviting non-Christians into positive conversations, and the hope he has for a revival in the years to come.
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Justin Brierley has been working in radio, podcasting, and video for two decades. He cohosts the Re-enchanting podcast for Seen & Unseen and is a well-known speaker and broadcaster. Justin founded the popular Unbelievable? faith debate radio show and podcast, and has also hosted the Ask NT Wright Anything podcast.
Justin’s first book, Unbelievable? Why, after Ten Years of Talking with Atheists, I’m Still a Christian, was published in 2017. His latest book, The Surprising Rebirth of Belief in God, has just recently been released. Justin and his family live in Surrey, England.
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