Ruth Bancewicz, senior research associate at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, communicates about science and faith to the church.
All in all it was a very encouraging event. Indeed, given the passion, gifting, knowledge and experience of those involved and attending, I think that despite the many challenges ahead for Christians to transform public life, Movement Day shows that – when we are intentional about leading change – there is also great hope.
At the launch of Ravi Zacharias’ new book Why Suffering? we caught up with him to ask a few questions about the challenges to Christian faith and how Christians should engage in public life. He said: “We need people who are well trained and well qualified to be in public life. Change will ultimately come from the inside not from dictating from the outside.”