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.”
“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.”
A place of open discussion and exploration where no one can be "too sceptical" ...
These stand-alone evening seminars tackle some of the toughest questions people ask. 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 Sunday will be on 30 June at the SIX, with guest speaker Rico Tice.
Past BQ seminars have included these titles:
Can you be happy without God? Listen now
Reasons for God? Listen now
Is Religion a Psychological Crutch?
The Sexuality Debate: what on earth is going on?
Is Christianity unscientific? Listen now
Is Jesus just a myth?
Christianity and Islam: fundamentally the same?
Easter: Fact or Fiction? Listen now
God: Delusion or Reality? Listen now
What’s the meaning of life?
Humanity: Who and what are we?
Evil, terrorism & God.
Science, evolution and God?
Faith & Reason: Friends or Foes?
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