Why is Evangelicalism so under-representative?

Yesterday, I looked at some of the figures concerning UK Evangelicalism. You can read that post here. Essentially, despite FIEC figures showing the organisation was

Evangelicalism is not representative, despite what the national average says

Following my comments on Tim Farron’s withdrawal from the Northern Men’s Convention, there was a lot of discussion in different quarters. As discussion unfolded on

The church must do better

The UK is awash with talk of immigration foul-ups. They principally centre on the Windrush immigrants who, to cut a long story short, appear to

Five reasons why we fail to promote BME & working class leaders when permanence isn’t an issue

I have been speaking lately about working class and BME leaders in our churches. First, we considered the issue of theological training and how it

Raising up BME elders: why we struggle too

For fear of being accused of throwing stones in my glass house, I’m going to make an admission. I have a wholly white, fairly middle class

Should we baptise and welcome into membership those who don’t speak our language?

I was reading the latest 9 Marks mailbag and stumbled across a question regarding baptism and membership for those who do not speak our language.

1 2 3