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“The ocean is like God and raindrops are the religion. When they fall into the ocean they become one.”
Zoya Ahmed and Nurun Uddin

Progressive Christianity Network

Big Questions

The Progressive Christianity Network in Britain (PCN Britain) is part of a global movement of progressive Christians who wish to express their Christian faith in ways which gives honour to modern biblical scholarship, is inspired by the wisdom, compassion and justice-seeking of Jesus of Nazareth and affirms that Jesus the Christ gives us a lens on to the sacred.
In a world where many conservative and fundamentalist voices often portray Christianity in an exclusive and rigidly dogmatic framework, PCN Britain seeks to share a spiritual journey  with people of all faiths and no faith and to ask the big questions which life throws at us.
Why does God allow so much suffering? Can the Bible and Science co-exist? Doers God love gays? Is Islam a religion of peace? Was Jesus a pacifist? Is religion dangerous to the world? What is of lasting value? The questions roll on and out there are many who seek to give answers!
PCN is committed to opening up a debate around these and many other issues through a series of short films, to be shot over the next two years, which will provoke, excite and encourage discussion, debate and pathways to more learning and resources. Hopefully we can, together, speak of a Christian faith fit for the twenty first century.

We live in challenging times for religion. PCN Britain invites you to join us on an open minded, open hearted journey to seek out the truth of divine love and the power to make the world a better place. Check out our eight points to guide our thinking.

Click here to download Progressive Christianity Network's Eight Points Guide
To make our films we would love to hear about the kind of issues you want us to tackle. And we want young people to join us in producing the films. Once the films are up on YouTube we hope churches, student groups, home groups and many other organisations can use our series of films as a resource.
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