Reach tens of thousands of people instantly by advertising with Ekklesia. Find out more
Simon Barrow writes in The Guardian's comment-is-free on the argument about whether Christians in the UK are discriminated against.
It would be interesting to know what questions were asked in the recent BBC survey which indicated that up to 33 per cent of Christians feel discriminated against.
Christian claims of discrimination are negative, fail to put across the gospel message of equality, and are based on mixed and questionable evidence, says Ekklesia
Up to a third of UK Christians feel they face discrimination and an MP urges them to ‘fight’. But a persecution mentality is a bad idea, others suggest. And Christians are also accused of discrimination in the public square.
Freelance theologian Theo Hobson has made a passionate call for disestablishment. He should get rid of that moustache, though.
We've been slow in providing feedback on the trip to Tehran by 13 US Christian leaders, coordinated by Mennonites and Quakers.
Giles Fraser laments the unlikely alliance between some vociferous atheists and religious fundamentalism
Defying perceptions of widening division between the two faiths, Muslims have joined an Indian sit-in organized by Christians.
Deirdre Good and Julian Sheffield urge Episcopalians to embrace grace not fear