The European Parliament building, with its circular auditorium for parliamentary gatherings, is built right over the Maalbeek-swamp. Recently the building was discovered to be sinking –about one centimetre each year.
The new museum “aims to explore how faith has shaped lives and communities in Britain throughout history”. It will open at the historic Auckland Castle in October.
For Ukrainians, this is more than a minor issue of grammar. It involves the whole reason why Putin launched his misguided ‘special military operation’ in the first place.
“We regularly see the monster of antisemitism rearing its head again”, says the Justice Minister. Protecting the memory of the millions who were killed under the Nazi has to do with “humanity and compassion”.
The shameful heritage of slavery is shared by both Protestant and Catholic countries in Europe. The Netherlands was one of the last nations to abolish it.
“We contributed to the perpetuation of slavery, through our theology we justified the abuse”, said a Protestant leader. The Dutch king also apologised.
Reading him critically and generously in light of the Scripture Alone principle, seems to be the best evangelical approach to Thomas Aquinas.
Wonderful enrichment for life and haunting warnings await us if we just travel into the Bible with our hearts open and ready to learn.
At the first Swedish Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast in Stockholm last week, parliamentarians heard an alternative to the popular secular narrative on the origins of Europe which marginalises God.
“Taking the Christian bookshop into the centre of the commercial scene is commendable”, says Christian bookstore CLC. Over 600,000 people attended the fair.
Let’s learn to handle Biblical narratives well so that they can do their mighty work in our hearts and those who will hear us.
The Spanish city hosts 2 initiatives, one about religious pottery and another about historical editions of the Bible.
The Mayor of Seville received the Spanish news website Protestante Digital prize, which celebrates coexistence. A hundred people attended an emotional event.
Revival groups remain in the Lutheran Church but have their own dynamics. An explainer for those outside Finland.
Good observation of the details in a passage will set us up to accurately learn what the text means.
The cross became a symbol of healing, hope and resurrection for Europeans from east to west.
In 1972, a thousand young people from around the world joined YWAM’s first Olympic Games Outreach in Munich, with many continuing on into longer-term missions.
The cross, a gruesome execution instrument transformed into a symbol of hope, healing and hospitality, is still seen everywhere across Europe.
The book weighs 120 kilograms and will be on show in London before an auction in New York.
The emerging evangelical movement was one of the most active driving forces in mobilising Spanish society against slavery in Cuba and Puerto Rico.
Antioch was the origin of the first offering of humanitarian aid from a Christian community.
Holocaust Memorial Day is again widely commemorated. And for good reason. Even after decades, the world is still asking: How could such a thing happen in civilised Europe?
I propose that to better protect the calling of the church and her central doctrine of justification by faith alone, there should be separation of church and state. By Simon Jooste from Cape Town.
John Newton, a former slave trader who became a pastor, presented his well-known hymn in 1773 to help his congregation understand 1 Chronicles 17:16-17.
Paul B. Anderson was one of the few Western Protestant leaders who made multiple enduring contributions to the flourishing of Orthodox Christianity.