The life of evangelical churches and their spiritual leaders has been portrayed in some recent films and series. Can they help us start conversations?
The warning is clear - if you really must have a faith, keep it private. But there is no such thing as private faith.
“If our shared vocabulary excludes words such as ‘God’ and ‘belief’, we will have lost more than a building. We will have lost the lexicon of our souls”, writes the evangelical pastor in Rome.
It would be naive in the extreme to remove the most important human right of all – the right to life – from the Constitution and to put it in the hands of career politicians.
Michael felt that church leaders tend to see journalists as enemies. But they forget that journalists are all on very tight deadlines.
Painter Sergi Barnils talks about how his Christian faith influences his art in an interview with a Spanish newspaper.
“There are 2,200 in France and about 50 in the Bretagne region. However, these are still relatively unknown churches”. French public television France 3 airs report about evangelical pastor Thierry Le Gall.
A Christian Maths student is interviewed about her faith on the back cover of a secular Spanish national newspaper.
The scientist and theologian believes that Galileo’s story has been distorted, and accuses Dawkins of “staining science.” An interview published in Spain’s El País.
Picture the scene. You are a young, enthusiastic, wannabe politician with wonderful gifts. You are duly selected as the prospective candidate for your local constituency. And then it begins.
Swiss newspaper Tagesanzeiger published a portrait of Christian politician Marc Jost.