Christian Funders and Grant-Making: An Analysis

This report offers new analysis about who Christian funding organisations are and what they are doing.

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Justin Welby: Putting money in its proper place

He lives in Lambeth Palace, but the Archbishop of Canterbury knows the experience of having little in the way of possessions

Muslim families sending children to Catholic schools

More than 26,000 Muslim pupils are enrolled in Catholic schools in England and Wales

PM: Christians should not fear speaking about their faith

Christians should not be afraid of of speaking "freely" about their faith at work and in public places, Theresa May has said.

A fresh look at religiosity trends in Britain

Is religion disappearing entirely from Great Britain? Far from it. There is a substantial minority with strong beliefs, still actively involved

Enshrine new conscience clause for Christians in Bill of Rights

New report published in Parliament today reaffirms the importance of freedom of conscience and religion and suggests introducing 'reasonable accommodation' in British Bill of Rights

How mistrust of faith-based charities sells society short

Suspicion of faith-based charities holds them back from playing an important part in public services, new report says

Pope's possible deal with China would 'betray Christ'

Senior Catholic Joseph Zen says the pontiff ‘may not know the Communist persecutors who have killed hundreds of thousands’

BBC is 'coming up short' in religious broadcasting

The BBC risks failing to take faith seriously in an era where it is essential the public understand it, a senior broadcaster has warned

Churches offer sanctuary to undocumented migrants

Hundreds of churches offer sanctuary to undocumented migrants after election

Theresa May opens up about her faith in God

The Prime Minister revealed how her faith in God gives her confidence she is 'doing the right thing'

Christian persecution 'getting worse'

Christian persecution is getting worse across the world, according to a landmark report on the issue released in Parliament on Thursday 24th November

Conservative Protestantism and church growth go together

A new study in Canada suggests a strong correlation between conservative Protestant theology and church growth

Dutch lawmakers debate partial ban of burqas and niqabs

Dutch lawmakers have debated a partial ban on wearing full-face veils in public places, including schools, hospitals and on public transport

James Purnell to head BBC's religious affairs programming

Director general says appointment of ex-Labour minister shows BBC is taking ‘one of big issues of our times’ seriously

Westminster lit up for victims of religious persecution

Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and a string of other landmarks around Britain are turning red to draw attention to the plight of people killed or persecuted for their faith

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