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New website to offer help on faith issues

18 November 2010

by Ed Beavan

A NEW website has been launched by the Christian Enquiry Agency “to help people explore the Christian faith and the good news of Jesus Christ”.

The Church Army’s national officer for Fresh Expressions and co-ordinator of the Christian Enquiry Agency, Peter Graystone, said that the website “has a vast amount of information about what Christians believe, an opportunity to ask Christians to pray, questions people ask about faith, death, sex, and so on, and a section which changes with the seasons, starting with a Christmas feature about the BBC’s 2010 drama The Nativity”.

Speaking at the launch of the website at the Catholic Bishops’ Conference Secretariat on Wed­nes­day of last week, Mr Gray­stone said that the content on the website was written in “straightforward language with­out a religious tinge to it”, and “in a way that every Christian would look at and say, ‘What I think is represented.’”

People using the website are able to click a button that puts them in touch with a member of the Chris­tian Enquiry Agency who can assist them — for example, by sending a Bible, starting an email con­versation about the Christian faith, or by putting them in touch with a local church.

“We will send them what they ask for and only what they ask for,” Mr Graystone said.



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