In a context of confusion and flashy journalism, rigour becomes a precious value.
Three days of metro lockdown and public forces operations in the capital of Europe. An assessment on the situation of a city invaded by soldiers and journalists (and social media users).
Eleven members of the Belgian branch of the group and two affiliated organisations have gone on trial accused of fraud, extortion and running a criminal organisation.
The Control Commission that supervises the conditions stipulated by the law of 2002 decided to send the case to justice by unanimity
In light of the stigmatisation of large groups of newcomers in our societies, it is important to stress the common humanity of all human beings, and of the equal dignity we all posses in the eyes of God.
Hope is not simply a virtue or bonus of life, but it is an essential anthropological given – a primary human emotion that is often overlooked in research.
Michael Oh, CEO of the Lausanne Movement reminded Christians “the need for faithful biblical teaching and faithful biblical living.”
Economics should take into account the relational aspect of men as it structures society for human flourishing.
Old Protestant Church created “a blurry situation” that affects the majority of evangelicals, Evacom argues. “We will remain close to the Bible as God’s revelation to humanity.”
The EPUB Synod’s decision is ambiguous, because no distinction is made between candidates that carry a same sex relationship and those who take celibacy vows.
The theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer can tell us much about how Christians should care for the environment, says Dutch researcher Steven Van den Heuvel in his doctoral thesis.
‘A Fortunate Shipwreck’ is a documentary that examines the emptiness of post-Christian society in Quebec after most people left the Catholic Church in the 1950s.
U.N. rapporteur Heiner Bielefeldt suggests preventing violence in the name of religion through trust building and a political agenda based on freedom of conscience
Belgian newspaper Le Soir published in its weekend edition a magazine supplement on Islam. French schools debate how to teach the country's values.
First prize goes to a photo supporting the LGBT movement in Russia. Immigration, Ebola and European demonstrations were also highlighted by the jury.