Big Questions

A place of open discussion and exploration where no one can be "too sceptical" ...


BQ photo - Jan 20162

These stand-alone evening seminars tackle some of the toughest questions people ask. With each one beginning at 7.15pm with great food, offering informative presentations, group discussion and a question panel, they’ve proved very popular with people from the full range of faith (and no faith!) perspectives. In fact, we're delighted to report from recent surveys that over 95% of those attending would both come back themselves and bring a friend!

Our next Big Questions evening will be
 
  • Mon 8 Jan: Reasons for God - how many are there? (Speaker: TBC)
Past BQ seminars have included these titles:
 
  • Reasons for God? Listen now
  • Is Religion a Psychological Crutch?
  • The Sexuality Debate: what on earth is going on? 
  • Is Christianity unscientific? Listen now
  • Suffering world, good God?
  • Is Jesus just a myth? 
  • Christianity and Islam: fundamentally the same?
  • One God, many paths? Listen now to Part 1 and Part 2
  • Easter: Fact or Fiction? Listen now
  • God: Delusion or Reality? Listen now
  • Reliable Bible? Listen now to Part 1 and Part 2
  • What’s the meaning of life?
  • Humanity: Who and what are we?
  • The Love and Wrath of God: Impossible Contradiction? Listen now to Part 1 and Part 2
  • Evil, terrorism & God.
  • Does atheism work? Listen now to Part 1 and Part 2
  • Science, evolution and God?
  • Faith & Reason: Friends or Foes?
You might also be interested in the following presentations by two world-renowned speakers:
  Here is some of the feedback we have had from recent BQ series:  
 
  • “Good mixture of talk and discussion with opportunity for questions.  Really enjoyed it.”
  • “Very high quality.  Informative.  Very interesting.  Well put together.  Format is brilliant.  I like the way the speakers had researched what the atheists say and had reviewed their books.”
  • “Really appreciate the open atmosphere; not an evening of debate, but space to ask questions.”
  • “Thorough presentations with a good balance of the theoretical, logical and personal elements … a friendly and welcoming tone.”
  • “Enjoyed it.  Great how non-preachy and accessible it was.”
  • “Very friendly atmosphere.”
  • “Answered some of my questions and raised more! Good to hear others with same questions.”
Rosie

Contact

For further information contact Rosie at rosie.phillips@smbr.org.uk
or call 020 7223 6188.

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