Activist Shane Claiborne believes that a form of nationalism has developed that camouflages as Christianity, but becomes an obstacle for people to meet Jesus.
Growing classes, concern for children’s safety due to school shootings and religious beliefs are among the reasons for the rise of homeschooling in the US.
On the first Sunday in September, I had an interview appointment with one of the pastors at The Brooklyn Tabernacle.
The second in a five-part series about a Norwegian journalist’s perspective on the changing dynamics of Christianity in the USA.
The first in a five-part series about a Norwegian’s perspective on the changing dynamics of Christianity in America. The journey starts in Tennessee.
Cultural analyst Os Guiness speaks about the issues of truth, freedom, and the historic roots of emerging ideas in the Western world. An interview by Norwegian journalist Tore Hjaelmar Saevik (after brief introduction in Norwegian).
A podcast conversation between journalist Tore Hjaelmar Saevik and Evangelical Focus director Joel Forster for the Norwegian newspaper Dagen.
So-called haugeans established churches in the New world as more and more Norwegians chose to cross the Atlantic throughout the 19th and 20th century.
What is the connection between the burning of Norwegian churches in the 90s and the appearance of the Scandinavian rock genre?