About the authors

Graham Veale has particular interests in the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection, and the design and moral arguments for God’s existence; he is also enthusiastic about introducing apologetics to young people. He is a member of Richhill Presbyterian Church in Co. Armagh. He has graduate and post-graduate degrees in theology from Queen’s University Belfast and has taught Religious Education for 17 years. He is married to Nicola and has two children.
David Glass has particular interests in the relationship between science and Christianity and in how evidence should be used in debates about the existence of God. He is a member of Glenabbey Church where he is involved in the apologetics team. He is a lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematics at the University of Ulster where he does research on topics at the interface between computing and philosophy. (For details about academic qualifications and current work see here.) Originally from Armagh, he now lives in Greenisland with his wife Cathy and their six children.

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