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Unbelievable? 2 Apr 2011 - Is it best to be agnostic?: Mark Vernon trained to be an Anglican priest before losing his faith to become an atheist. But he became disenchanted with that position too. Now he champions agnosticism. He says agnosticism is more than "sitting on the fence" and is a rich place of se...

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Mark Vernon trained to be an Anglican priest before losing his faith to become an atheist. But he became disenchanted with that position too. Now he champions agnosticism. He says agnosticism is more than "sitting on the fence" and is a rich place of searching after the big questions.
Church Pastor David Robertson debates with Mark on whether God is ultimately unknowable. David claims that Jesus has made God knowable and that a journey of searching only makes sense in order to arrive at knowing.
For Mark's book "How to be an Agnostic" see http://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Be-Agnostic-Mark-Vernon/dp/0230293212/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpi_6
For Mark Vernon's blog http://www.markvernon.com
For David Robertson http://www.solas-cpc.org/
For more Christian/non-Christian debate visit http://www.premier.org.uk/unbelievable or get the MP3 podcast http://ondemand.premier.org.uk/unbelievable/AudioFeed.aspx or Via Itunes
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Unbelievable? 5 Dec 2009 - Are we better off free from religion? Atheist Dan Barker vs. Christian Charles Foster.
Unbelievable? 28 Mar 2009 - "Challenging Atheist myths" - Part 2 - Adrian Hayter & David Robertson on Godless Morality and the Immoral Bible.
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