Mission in post-Christian Britain

Mar 24, 2018 by

Articles on church decline, and new mission thinking in the context of the secular West. 

Most recent at the top

Europe’s civilisational exhaustion, by Giulio Meotti, Gatestone Institute

The spiritual crisis of the left, by Onar Am, Liberty Nation

Society’s dystopian trends and the church’s response, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Why Islam’s rise has caused atheists to urge West not to abandon Christianity, by Jonathan van Maren, LifeSite

Young Britons have never been unhappier, research suggests, By Nicol Slawson, Guardian

Western youngsters are potty-trained to believe in nothing, by Jules Gomes, Rebel Priest

How Good Friday Changes Everything by Fr Dwight Longenecker

Young Europeans running away from church, from Crosslinks

Resurrecting the idea of a Christian society, by Shaun Rieley, The Imaginative Conservative

College chapels survey shows students more likely to attend church, by Mark Woods, Christian Today

Christians aren’t leaving the church, the church is leaving them, By David Kurten, Breitbart

Church of England in decline: what’s being done to combat shrinking congregations? By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post

Islam poised to pass Anglicans as preferred religion of Britain’s young adults, by Thomas D. Williams, Breitbart

“Christianity as default is gone”: the rise of non-Christian Europe, by Harriet Sherwood, Guardian

Preparing for the storm, by Eddie Arthur, KouyaNet

Atheist young Europe, by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative

University missions provide signs of hope amid Anglican decline, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Church growth: the numbers, by Rhiannon McAleer, Bible Society

Humanism, the collapse of faith, and the need for new methods of apologetics, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Lessons from the demise of the mainliners, by George Yancey, Patheos

On the imminent collapse of evangelical Christianity, by Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition


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