Good Neighbours: How Churches Help Communities Flourish

In a report for the Church Urban Fund, Paul Bickley argues that churches tackle the relational deficit blighting deprived communities.

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Religion in the Media

A daily roundup of media stories about religion.

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China accused of ‘crime’ against Christianity

Chinese lawyers accuse Communist Party of persecuting the country’s fast-growing Christian community - Telegraph

Richard Dawkins: 'immoral' not to abort if foetus has Down's syndrome

Scientist says a mother has a responsibility to ‘abort it and try again’ if she knows her baby would have the disorder - Guardian

Violence, threats, prompt more Muslim women in Britain to wear a veil

Despite a common view that young Muslim women are forced to wear veils by men or their families, studies point to the opposite - Reuters

Britain’s beheaders – how we came to export jihad

Douglas Murray on the export of British Jihadism - Spectator

Daniel Finkelstein: For most of my life, antisemitism was not an issue. Now it is

Daniel Finkelstein looks at a worrying trend in the UK

The church can’t rely on others to defend faith

Politicians’ silence over the persecution of Christians has spurred Anglicans into standing up for religious freedom - Times

The sound of eggshells cracking

A new prelate for Ukraine - Economist

A very modern rural reverend

Christopher Middleton meets the Reverend Alan Robson, Lincolnshire’s busiest minister - Telegraph

Cameron should appoint an Ambassador for Religious Freedom

I recently heard a talk in a church on behalf of a charity that helps persecuted Christians abroad - Conservative Home

Pope Francis says he expects to live two or three more years, and may retire

77-year-old says he may 'soon be off to the Father's house' and would retire if he could no longer perform his duties - Guardian

The bishops are right – Britain must offer refuge to Iraqis fleeing Isis

Our invasion of Iraq contributed to the current catastrophe, so simple restitution demands we welcome refugees - Guardian

Christianity no threat to Asian govts, says Pope

Remarks probably aimed at creating dialogue with China, other communist countries

Iraqi Christians call for war on Isis to save their faith

Catholics and Anglicans said that they had lost confidence in the Iraqi government to afford them any protection after tens of thousands of Christians were forced to flee their homes

It’s no longer only Christians who shape UK foreign policy

Britain is a multicultural nation and its minority communities are having an increasing influence on its voice in the world

Name of Muslim group in Myanmar goes unspoken

Myanmar's government is pressuring foreign officials not to speak the group's name

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