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"Cookies" are small text files that are used to maintain the illusion that you are "connected" to a given website. When you visit a website, they can be downloaded to your web browser in order to enable the website to "recognise" you. This means that you can, for example, "log in" to a site and remain "connected" to it for a period of time. It also means that things like video and audio files can be "streamed" to your web browser so that you can watch and listen to multimedia content.

Cookies can also be used to keep a record of when you visit a site, how long you spend there and which pages you ask to see. This helps us to understand how many visitors are coming to our site and what is of interest to them.

The Data Protection Act, 2018, requires websites to warn visitors of the use of cookies and to offer them a choice as to whether or not to accept them.

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This site has been set up by Christians in Birmingham who have a concern to help those seeking answers about the Christian faith. The site aims to provide a summary of the Christian faith and links to some other, chosen sites that have further useful information. These other sites focus on special aspects of the faith or are designed for those from a certain age or background. There is also a form you can submit to ask a question and receive a personal response, or simply to ask for some literature to be sent to you.

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