Ask Andy Bannister (November 25-29, 2019)

Hello, friends!

This coming week we are pleased to welcome to the forum (all the way from ‘Fun-dee’, Scotland) Andy Bannister to answer our questions about faith and life! Andy is the author of our current #christian-growth:book-studies read: The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist, so all of those who are @Interested_In_Book_Studies do take advantage of this opportunity to ask him about some of the questions that are arising for you.

Please note that, due to travel, Andy will start replying to you and your questions on November 27th.

EDIT: Each Q&A with Andy Bannister is now in its own topic in order to make finding these resources easier.

Andy’s RZIM bio

Andy Bannister is an adjunct speaker with RZIM. He heads up the Solas Centre for Public Christianity in Scotland, prior to which he was the Director of RZIM Canada. Andy holds a PhD in Islamic Studies and is an adjunct research fellow at the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam at Melbourne School of Theology. He is the author of academic books (such as An Oral Formulaic Study of the Qur’an) as well as popular books such as his best-selling The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist (or the Terrible Consequences of Really Bad Arguments) – a blend of comedy and apologetics.

When not traveling, speaking, or writing, Andy is a keen hiker, mountaineer, and photographer. He is married to Astrid and they have two children, Caitriona and Christopher; they live in Dundee in Scotland. Learn more about Andy at andybannister.net/about or watch him in action at https://www.solas-cpc.org/shortanswers/.

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