Commercial and bureaucratic hindrances collided with an uncontrollable reality: the faith of many players.
“We love our country, we pray for our authorities, and we have no intentions against our government”, Iranian Christian Dabrina Bet Tamraz told the UN Human Rights Council.
Christians are called to “open our mouth for the mute, for the rights of all who are destitute”, says Wissam al-Saliby, the WEA Advocacy Officer for Human Rights in Geneva.
The Swiss Evangelical Alliance praises many aspects of the law, but fears the religious freedom of civil servants will be restricted.
The Basque terrorist group announces its disbandment in Geneva. 853 people were killed and thousands injured in the Basque Country and the rest of Spain since 1968.
The World Evangelical Alliance Advocacy Officer Albert Hengelaar defended the rights of the religious minorities to live their faith without restrictions.
Like housing, social welfare provision is not just a financial problem; there are social and relational aspects to consider too.
Concerts, workshops, special events in a weekend festival co-organised by the Protestant state church and free evangelical entities.
Hundreds of Christians gathered in St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva, to pray for Europe. Aitor De la Camara, of the movement 'Prayer 24-7' in Spain, recalls the event.
About 400 Christians publicly showed their solidarity with the Persecuted Church in three Swiss cities on Human Rights Day.
Should we talk about the ‘Protestant Reformation’ or the ‘Protestant Reformations’?
Evangelical pastor Nicolas Guérékoyaméné-Gbangou and leaders of Muslim and Catholic communities in the country were awarded after achieving to reconcile religious groups amidst a crisis.
Music, workshops and evangelism will be on the programme. Protestant churches and evangelical organisations unite to prepare the event in Geneva.
Frankenstein is one of the strongest warnings against the horror of trying to play God.
The City of Calvin banned religious activities on the streets last September. Local court now condemns council for “disproportionate decision.”