France: A Tale of Two Faiths

Dec 11, 2018 by

by William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine: Last March, an Islamist terrorist stormed a supermarket in Trèbes, France, shot two people dead and took others hostage. In negotiations with police, the terrorist agreed to accept a police lieutenant’s offer to swap places with the last hostage, a female...

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Share your experience of life as a Christian in the UK today

Dec 10, 2018 by

from Christians in Parliament: The inquiry into ‘Being a Christian in the UK Today’, led by the Christians in Parliament All-Party Parliamentary Group, seeks to explore the experience of Christians in the UK in 2018. In particular we are concerned with how living out Christian faith interacts with...

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How do European countries differ in religious commitment?

Dec 6, 2018 by

from Pew Research Center: Europeans generally are less religious than people in other parts of the world. But within Europe, there are sometimes sizable differences in levels of religious commitment, according to an analysis of recent Pew Research Center surveys in 34 countries. Our new...

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Justin Welby says Christians in the Middle East face ‘imminent extinction’

Dec 3, 2018 by

By Eno Adeogu. Premier: Christians who were the foundation of the universal Church now face the threat of “imminent extinction”, the Archbishop of Canterbury has warned. In a letter written in The Sunday Telegraph, the most Rev Justin Welby reflected on how long Christians have lived...

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Pakistani PM Imran Khan says “Jesus has no mention in human history”

Nov 28, 2018 by

from Barnabas Fund: Drawing ire from Muslims and Christians alike, in a speech on 20 November Imran Khan has claimed that there is no historical record of Jesus Christ. This could have been a dramatic slip of the tongue by the Oxford University educated leader of the centrist PTI party, but has...

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Sex and the new generation: education and the gospel in a secular society

Nov 27, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. There is evidence that British schoolchildren are falling behind their international counterparts, in terms of, for example, mastering basic language and maths skills. Despite this, many schools seem determined to spend more time and energy instilling...

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