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.
Paul B. Anderson was one of the few Western Protestant leaders who made multiple enduring contributions to the flourishing of Orthodox Christianity.
Although much of the focus was on preparations for the fourth Lausanne congress (Seoul 2024), participants were constantly challenged to think towards 2050 and beyond.
William Love “violated the discipline of the church”, a US Episcopal Church disciplinary panel ruled. “I pray God will use all of this for His purposes”, he said after stepping down.
Meanwhile in California, thousands of churches plan to restart public services on Pentecost Sunday, regardless of what the governor of the state says.
“Every individual has the fundamental right to choose to have an abortion”, the Reproductive Health Act says. Pro-life groups denounce it is “an extreme Bill”.
In New York, António Guterres met the Secretary General of the World Evangelical Alliance, Efraim Tendero.
Salinger was born in New York to a Jewish father and a Catholic mother. This mixture set Salinger off on a continuous quest for answers from different creeds.
Dean Baquet says newspapers fail to understand the central role that faith plays in the everyday life of many citizens.
In New York, 3,500 people from over ninety countries were challenged to have an impact in urban areas in the spheres of action, social involvement and culture. Bill Hybels, Timothy Keller and Mac Pier among more than 50 speakers.
Movement Day Global Cities brought together 3,500 participants from 90 countries. About 50 speakers reflected in New York on the impact of the gospel in the big metropolis.
New Word Evangelical Alliance premises should not be compared to the Vatican City or other world religions' centres, Director of Communications Timothy Goropevsky explains.
New WEA secretary general, “impressed by Ban Ki-moon’s desire to reach out to faith leaders and build trust”.
Retired tennis player Monica Seles is raising awareness in the media about B.E.D. disorder. She has declined to say how much she is being paid for the campaign.