George Conger is a senior reporter with more than 15 years covering religion for various publications. Conger began writing TMP's twice-weekly column on global religious affairs in August 2014.
Conger's work has appeared in various British newspapers, such as The Times, Telegraph and Guardian. He also worked as one of the British correspondents for The Jerusalem Post — specializing in diplomatic and defense stories. From time to time the BBC and the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) will call on Conger to opine on Anglican affairs as well.
However, Conger is best known for his work with The Church of England Newspaper (CEN) in London, an independent operation that puts out the world’s oldest church newspaper — every Friday since 1828. It is also the most widely quoted church newspaper on Fleet Street.