At least, according to well-known Seattle idol worshipper, Mark Driscoll, there aren't. In the current edition of "Christianity Magazine" (that's just it's title which doesn't necessarily reflect the content of the rag), the man with the world's biggest inferiority complex, claims, "Let’s just say this: right now, name for me the one young, good Bible teacher that is known across Great Britain. You don’t have one – that’s the problem."
Well, praise the Lord! The last thing my green and pleasant land needs is to be infested with misogynist, homophobic, ageist, strutting throwbacks to Homo Erectus going around trying to recruit young men to the church by telling them they can disregard every advance in equality achieved in the last one hundred years. It's bad enough having to live down the homophobia and class snobbery of the Church of England without having "Sarah Palin in pants" making our embarrassment even worse.