Alistair Begg is an internationally renowned preacher and host of the popular 'Truth for Life' radio program and podcast. In this in depth interview, Alistair talks about life growing up in Scotland, his subsequent move to America, why he believes the Bible is inerrant and what made him get involved with the forthcoming 'Spurgeon Study Bible'. Although he's known as a 'Reformed' preacher, Alastair explains why he's never used the label himself and addresses issues surrounding evangelism and Western scepticism to the Christian faith.
The Telegraph columnist and historian Tim Stanley explains how he went from evangelical Baptist to atheist, before converting to Anglicanism and finally Roman Catholicism. Tim, who regularly appears as a political commentator on CNN and Sky, also recalls the experience of having a front-row seat for Trump's inauguration and comments on why he still believes Brexit is best for Britain. Following Jacob Rees Mogg's grilling over his views on abortion on Good Morning Britain, Tim says journalists can lack imagination when asking interesting questions about faith.
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'America’s best theologian' Stanley Hauerwas talks to Katie Stock about why he believes the Church in the West has lost its way. You can also read the interview in this month's edition of Premier Christianity magazine. Request a free sample at premierchristianity.com/freesample
Premier's political editor Martyn Eden talks to one of the UK's top social entrepreneurs. Chris Mould, who is best known for his role as chair of The Trussell Trust (which operates food banks across the UK) has led over 15 start-ups and mergers. In this interview he shares his testimony and explains what he's learned from his years of experience in professional development, skills and employment.
Justin Brierley interviews David Hutchings and Tom McLeish about their new book 'Let there be Science: Why God Loves Science and Science needs God'. David is a physics teacher and Tom McLeish is professor of Physics at Durham university and chairs the Royal Society’s education committee.
Even before he was born, it was evident that God had a vision for Michael Youssef. Against doctors’ recommendations to terminate the at-risk pregnancy, his parents chose life after God intervened, sending the family pastor to reassure them that this child would be “born to serve the Lord.” His mother gave birth and lived to see him surrender his life to the Lord in 1964 at age 16. Since then, Youssef has gone on to launch his international ministry 'Leading the Way'. Dave Rose hears the full story.
The most senior black female cleric in the Church of England tells Katie Stock how she became chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons. To read the print version of this interview request a free copy of the latest issue of Premier Christianity magazine. Just visit premierchristianity.com/freesample
In part one of this week's show Sam Hailes interviews Mike McHargue about his remarkable testimony from committed Southern Baptist to secret atheist then back to faith again. In the second half of the show Stephanie Rose meets Mike Weaver - the lead singer of Big Daddy Weave.