We were pleased that a Christian PR agency has helped distribute our latest press release about disestablishment, but also surprised. We are not their clients.
You wouldn't quite gather that from the web page (until they change it, as we hope they will): http://christiannewswire.com/news/411155665.html
It would be churlish to be ungrateful for free help. Especially as we have little money, and no intention of 'going corporate'. On the other hand, we don't want you getting the idea that Ekklesia hires PR or spin doctors. For good or ill, we are masters and mistresses of our own think-tankery.
More on 'thinking without tanks': http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/node/5942
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