Western Christians are finding themselves in a post-Christendom era facing challenging questions around rising secularism, religious freedom and minority rights. Bad-tempered exchanges in the courts and Parliament have led many Christians to question whether the UK, despite the presence in England of an established Church, can any longer be called ‘Christian’. Is this a promising journey into a future where faith stands or falls without the props of history or a defeatist retreat from the Christian foundations of Europe?
Author and journalist Andrew Carey and Giles Fraser discuss their different approaches to a new dispensation. Chaired by Rhian Roberts.