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An Evening with Rupert Shortt, author of Christianophobia: A Faith Under Attack
Monday 1st July 6.30pm-9.00pm
77 Great Peter Street, SW1P 2EZ
An evening of discussion with Rupert Shortt, whose book Christianophobia is a "well-balanced and timely analysis" of the extent of Christian persecution worldwide shortly to be published in paperback. Rupert Shortt is Religion Editor of The Times Literary Supplement, and was formerly a staff journalist on the Church Times and Assistant Editor of The Tablet.
The discussion will be chaired by Julia Bicknell, the Director of World Watch Monitor, a news agency and website reporting about Christians under pressure for their faith globally.
This evening will be an opportunity to hear from and discuss with these two experts one of the most pressing and under discussed subjects in international affairs today.
There is limited availability for this event so spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.