- Church Without Borders, Dave Tomlinson
- How to be a Religious Agnostic, Mark Vernon
- We Are Strange; God is Stranger, Kester Brewin
- The Birth of Christianity and the Death of Meaning, Pete Rollins
- A Plea for Christian Piracy, Kester Brewin
- Justice is Not Christian, Nigel Varndell
- How Not to Believe, Maggi Dawn, Pete Rollins, Roman Krznaric, and Mark Vernon.
Lots of academics also give talks at Greenbelt - this year included Ursula King (Bristol, and SOAS) who I met when I organised an international conference on Gender and Spiritual Praxis in Asian Contexts at Lancaster in 2006, and Andrew Tate (Lancaster). Other academics that I know and whose work I use or have used that have also spoken at Greenbelt include Kristin Aune (Derby), Grace Davie (Exeter), Tina Beattie (Roehampton) and Jolyon Mitchell (Edinburgh). Greenbelt is a fantastic place for disseminating research and I hope to be able to do something next year... if my proposal(s) get accepted.