In the land Down Under, two intellectual titans go head to head over an age-old question: Is there a God? Oxford scientist and Christian apologist John Lennox takes on bioethicist and philosopher Peter Singer, one of the most controversial and influential atheists of our time. The debate took place in the handsome Town Hall of Melbourne, Australia Singer’s home city.

At times philosophical, at times deeply personal, “Is There a God?” is a fascinating debate that grapples with difficult subjects such as suffering, justice, and more – right down to the most fundamental questions of existence: “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?”

“Given what we know about the world now, belief in a deity – particularly a deity of the Bible – is irrational.” – Peter Singer

“Just as rationality can be used but cannot ultimately be explained without God, the same is true of morality.” – John Lennox