Contemporary Christianity

Contemporary Christianity exists to help Christians and churches in Northern Ireland effectively serve Christ in our changing world.

For God and His Glory Alone

On Thursday 10 October 2013 Contemporary Christianity launched the 25th anniversary edition of For God and His Glory Alone. 2013 marks 25 years since the first publication of “For God and His Glory Alone”, the landmark publication which shaped the work of the Evangelical Contribution on Northern Ireland (ECONI).

P.S.

P.S. is an email and web discussion forum from Contemporary Christianity. We issue p.s. every every month In line with our aims, it seeks to "provide informed, credible and practical comment and analysis, rooted in biblical reflection and theological thought" on contemporary matters of broad public concern in Ireland.

In Conversation With ...

“In Conversation With …” events are evenings where a topic is introduced by a speaker with expertise in the area. There is then a time for open and honest discussion.

Issues

At Contemporary Christianity we seek to explore some key issues in more depth through ‘cluster groups’. Cluster groups ideally consist of people with an interest in the topic. They conduct initial research into the topic and explore ways in which it might be addressed.

Who are we?

Contemporary Christianity exists to help Christians and churches in Northern Ireland effectively serve Christ in our changing world. Profound changes in culture have swept through Europe in recent years. Christians, like most of the general population, have been bewildered by the pace of change and have found themselves struggling to live authentically in a post-Christian society. In Northern Ireland we have particular issues to address.

P.S.

P.S. is an email and web discussion forum from Contemporary Christianity. We issue p.s. every every month In line with our aims, it seeks to "provide informed, credible and practical comment and analysis, rooted in biblical reflection and theological thought" on contemporary matters of broad public concern in Ireland.

In Conversation With ...

“In Conversation With …” events are evenings where a topic is introduced by a speaker with expertise in the area. There is then a time for open and honest discussion. Click the link to find podcasts/mp3 recordings of recent events. We invite you to post comments.

Issues

At Contemporary Christianity we seek to explore some key issues in more depth through ‘cluster groups’. Cluster groups ideally consist of people with an interest in the topic. They conduct initial research into the topic and explore ways in which it might be addressed. We currently are looking at the following issues:
  • - The centenary of the Ulster Covenant
  • - Faith and Arts
  • - Faith and Economics
  • - Supporting Christian leaders (including those working in churches and Christians in positions of responsibility in society)