In a context of confusion and flashy journalism, rigour becomes a precious value.
Several Christian organisations and churches criticize the President’s “zero tolerance” crackdown on migrants crossing the border.
It’s impossible to imagine the BBC producing any sort of programme that examined the origins of Islam or the Quran with anything like the severity with which Christianity or the Bible is treated.
“We will examine allegations that have not been previously investigated” the church’s elders say in a lette. “Each woman willing to speak with us will be heard”.
MEPs signed a letter asking Romanian politicians to “support the organization of the referendum without delay.”
A letter to the embassador in Rome was delivered.
The Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family writes letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs calling to protect freedom of speech. The platform unites 600 representatives from 16 countries.
“The decision defies common sense”, says Peter Saunders, Chief Executive of the Christian Medical Fellowship in the UK, because it “backs abortion on demand.” 1,000 doctors signed letter rejecting the BMA’s stance.
The Evangelical Focus daily newsletter reaches 500 subscribers.
And something happens inside little godless, lawless me: I need to know more about it.
“As Christians, we have a historic call expressed over two thousand years, to serve the suffering”. Signatories include Timothy and Cathy Keller, Ed Stetzer, Max Lucado and Bill and Lynne Hybels.
A FOCL webinar by Dr. Drake Williams examines claims about false authorship of the New Testament letters and how widespread these claims are.
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Protestant organisations working with refugees urge to “desist from the increasingly xenophobic and inflammatory discourse”.
A letter auctioned in New York reveals his thoughts two years before he died: “I am sorry to have to inform you… I do not believe in Jesus as the son of God.”
34 church leaders in the British city of Wolverhampton have signed a letter against Labour MP Rob Marris´ assisted dying bill, expected to be debated next week.