This week we air a debate that recently took place on whether Britain's increasingly secular society is thereby a more tolerant one. Does secularisation bring a level playing field for everyone, or are Christians now being marginalised for their beliefs?
David Robertson is a church pastor and author who runs the Solas Centre for Public Christianity. He debates with Terry Sanderson, spokesperson for the National Secular Society.
Justin also speaks to both for their reflections on the debate and its implications for society.
The debate took place at Gunnersbury Baptist Church - the full recording with audience Q&A can be accessed at http://www.gunnersburybaptistchurch.org/events/viewmp3.php?mp3=39-0
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Unbelievable? 20 Feb 2010 - "Is Christianity good for us?" Michael Shermer vs. David Robertson US atheist Michael Shermer debates Scottish apologist David Robertson
Unbelievable? 18 Apr 2009 - "I am a Christian" - Are Christians being marginalised? Peter Kerridge, Terry Sanderson and Andrea Williams
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