Alan Billings is an interesting commentator on Religion and Secularism. In this admirably clear sermon, delivered in Pembroke College Chapel on the 29th of May 2011, he tries to imagine what St Paul would wish to say to a contemporary audience. He gives a much more nuanced picture of faith in the 21st century than the ones proposed by negative atheism.
You can download the sermon here.
The Rev’d Dr Alan Billings is a contributor to Radio 4 Thought for the Day, serves on the Big Lottery Fund, and the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. His has published books on the Sacred & Secular, on Community Cohesion and on Dying and Grief.