Good for Michael Lawson, Archdeacon of Hampstead, for getting his short harrowing film India’s Forgotten Women onto the big screen at Leicester Square’s Vue in London's West End last night.
It’s the first time, according to the press release, a human rights charity has attempted to film the dalit scandal.Read more »
The Church has been urged not to be embarrassed or "awkward" about converting others to the Christian faith in a new document published today.
At least that's what many of the reports said.
Except it's not true. The Church of England did no such thing, and the media reaction indicates the gulf between the church and the secular world in which it operates.Read more »
As England reels from the horror of the Cumbrian slaughter, one small village in a similarly lush and hilly corner of Nigeria is coping with grief of an altogether different magnitude. I try to imagine the 371 mutilated bodies lying beneath the sweet red soil of Dogo Na Hauwa (the name has since been changed to Gyang-buruk) half an hour out of Jos - and fail utterly. The sun is shiRead more »