Justin Brierley will fly out from London to moderate each of the five events of the conference. He is the host of the UK-based podcast "Unbelievable" and author of Unbelievable? Why After Ten Years of Talking with Atheists I'm Still a Christian. Justin has discussed issues of philosophy, history, and science with experts from across the faith spectrum. For more, visit: https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable
A significant part of Tim's story involves a crisis of faith which led him out of pastoring for almost 20 years. Today, he is lead pastor of Dungeness Community Church. For more about Tim's journey, see:
Dr. Michael Shermer is the Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine, a monthly columnist for Scientific American, and a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University where he teaches Skepticism 101.
Luuk van de Weghe
Luuk van de Weghe's research in semantics and history has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals in his field; he is a PhD candidate at the University of Aberdeen. Luuk has debated popular atheists on issues of faith, reason, and the historicity of Christian truth claims.
A medical doctor and Head of Medicine at Kalgoorlie Hospital in Australia, Sean is a respected voice in his field. In 2008, he allegedly died of a heart attack but was brought back to life 1 hour and 25 minutes later through his wife's simple prayer.
A formerly professing evangelical Christian, the study of philosophy led Bradley away from his Christian faith. A popular blogger on Patheos, he has an MA in philosophy from the University of Windsor and did further graduate study in philosophy for a number of years at the University of California at Santa Barbara.
With graduate degrees in theology and philosophy, Hans is especially fascinated with the interaction of science and religion and with questions concerning God's relationship to the natural world. He enjoys discussing controversial subjects in a reasonable and humane manner and looks forward to exploring Dr. George's experiences in greater detail.