The complaint of the Christian actress on Twitter reflects the tiredness of many with media which intentionally ignore matters of faith.
Seven Christian intellectuals ask the state to “respect, guarantee and protect freedom of thought”, and demand “the freedom for Cuban parents to choose their children education”.
As students head off to university, there are several ways we can be praying very specifically for them.
If difficulties arise, immature Christians soon disappear, because the last thing they are willing to do is endure difficulties.
The seed has the capacity to be stored and kept for a long time. However, if we decide to plant it, the event becomes a process.
The impact of demographic change on religious populations and how this could relate to the future of secularisation in Europe.
For Taylor, the loss of transcendence in a secular age is disastrous for human beings.
A response to the Pew Research Center’s 2018 report, Being Christian in Europe.
Joanne Appleton talks about nominalism with three attendees at the Lausanne Rome consultation: Tim Grass, Jaume Llenas and Olof Edsinger.
When citizens who have an evangelical faith engage in social life, they have the same rights as others who are agnostic, atheists or of any other belief.
When we meet them, we begin by showing them that there is a way of hope, because they all want to get out of their situation.
At first glance, it is difficult to understand the success of preachers of the prosperity gospel. Here, we present five reasons.
The reality of our global church goes beyond what we imagine, and is growing in unexpected ways.
If pastors and church leaders don’t work to find a solution, they lose the right for their condolences to be taken seriously.
It’s time to repent and acknowledge that we urgently need changes.
The Gospel invites us to walk with those who are despised by society.
I have attempted to demonstrate that the Catholic and Protestant systems of salvation are mutually exclusive, and that ecumenical dialogue must take seriously the distance that the word “alone” puts between them.
Have I ever felt hated or rejected or made fun of? Yes, I have.
“The aim of the JDDJ is to find commonalities, not differences. But with that comes a lopsided methodology that obscures those differences”, says theologian Michael Reeves.
I ask the Lord - who bore our griefs and pains - to erase the scars of the wounds and the pain of our Nigerian girl. And to show her that, for him and for all of us, she is a precious stone.
Have you contemplated what it means that the refugee migrants are going to stay in Europe, your country, your town, your village? Or are you deep down still thinking and maybe even hoping that they will go away again?
Viewing the issues of the referendum debate through the lens of what theologians call “salvation history”, the mission of God to redeem His creation, throws new light on them and provides vital perspective to help us make our decision on the 23 June.
Imagine you are a former member of a guerrilla. Imagine you met Jesus and you became a pastor.
To forgive requires first to be aware, through God’s light, of the dark hidden corners in our own heart.
I was able to understand the list in Galatians for the first time, when I started looking at it, not as an obligation, but as an offer.
Do we only see laws and borders that need to be enforced, or do we also try to follow a higher humanitarian law that stands above national laws and borders?