Last week I appeared again on Unbelievable with Justin Brierley. This time the debate was with renowned author and commentator Frank Schaeffer, son of evangelical legend Francis Schaeffer. The topic? Evangelicalism, and specifically whether evangelicalism is worth saving in the age of Trump. Schaeffer argues that it isn’t while I provide an evangelical defence. I found this to be a very enjoyable exchange. You can listen to the show here.
Believe it or not, this was my seventh apperance on Unbelievable. It turns out that guest appearances on Unbelievable have become an annual part of my social calendar. If’ you’re interested, here are links to my previous appearances:
2017 with Justin Schieber: Based on our 2016 book An Atheist and a Christian Walk into a Bar, Schieber argues that religious disagreement supports atheism and I argue that it does not.
2016 with Michael Ruse: A Devil’s Advocate debate in which Ruse defends Christianity and I defend atheism.
2014 with Hemant Mehta: A debate with the renowned Friendly Atheist on the afterlife and the concept of heaven.
2013 with John Loftus: A debate on The Outsider Test of Faith and miracles (the latter based on our 2013 book God or Godless).
2012 with Ralph Jones: A debate and conversation on some popular atheist objections to Christianity.