Tuesday, 1 November 2011
The Christian Enquiry Agency
The information is reliable, objective and given confidentially.
It does not just give a version of Christianity adhered to by one particular group of Christians (‘denomination’ or ‘tradition’). Instead it attempts to explain and explore what Christians of all kinds believe.
CEA tries to respond to all enquirers by giving them what they ask for, and only what they ask for. It takes steps to ensure that no one is given information unsolicited. It does not seek to take the place of local churches.
It is an agency of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and a registered charity (number 297393). CEA works on behalf of all the major UK churches, and in partnership with many Christian organisations.
The work of the Christian Enquiry Agency is entirely dependent on donations and grants.
So if you are interested in taking an anonymous and private look into what Christianity is about, here is as good a place as any to start.
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