People of faith are wrestling with this question like never before. While the debate setting doesn't always strike me as beneficial to the larger conversation -- for example, it may foster a culture of making statements AT one another rather than actively, lovingly listening -- a good debate, in my view, presents the interested listener with two thoughtful, opposing viewpoints on the same stage.

And I believe we do get that here.

James White (from wikipedia):

James Robert White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, an evangelical Reformed Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than 20 books and has engaged in numerous moderated debates. White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a presuppositional apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He received a BA from Grand Canyon College, an MA from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a ThM, a ThD and a DMin from Columbia Evangelical Seminary (formerly Faraston Seminary), an unaccredited distance-learning school where he also serves as a faculty mentor. He is also a critical consultant for the Lockman Foundation's New American Standard Bible.

Graeme Codrington (from wikipedia):

Graeme Codrington is a South African author, futurist and strategy consultant, and a founding director of strategic insights firm, TomorrowToday. Codrington is best known for his work on Generational Theory. In 2001, he completed a Masters Thesis applying the work of Neil Howe and William Strauss's Strauss–Howe generational theory to South Africa and Africa. His insights into generational theory resulted in two books published by Penguin, and have since been cited over 50 times in other research and publications. He is often called upon as a commentator on social and future trends. Codrington's work is used by a variety industries as varied as insurance, hospitality, marketing branding, local government, Christian ministry, human resources, and financial advisory services.