Centre for Public Christianity

March 31, 2008

John Dickson and Greg Clarke recently launched the website for their new venture the Centre for Public Christianity (CPX).

CPX has been established as a non-denominational research and media organisation designed to foster public understanding of the Christian faith.

The website was launched over the Easter weekend and features a video library service and articles on a range of topics.

In commenting on the launch Dr Clarke indicated that they are "....developing a video way of commenting on the issues of the day from a Christian perspective."

For a new site it has a lot of excellent content on a variety of topics including atheism, US foreign policy, popular culture, the truth of the resurrection and so on. The video content includes a number of clips from the Christ Files program that aired on Good Friday as advertised in a previous post.

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