Europe is polycentric, not only on the cultural but also on the spiritual and religious level.
In a central place of the ‘Blue Zone’ in Dubai, 50 faith groups organise dozens of events. Evangelical environmentalists told Evangelical Focus what they plan to do at the large UN conference.
The official report includes a guide with the most common mistakes and proposals to avoid them.
It is not a question of a siege of Gaza, nor of the collapse of the two-state solution. It is about the existence of Israel in a territory which Hamas claims belongs entirely to Islam
The latest official figures, published in July, show that only one in five practice Catholicism, while atheism exceeds 16%.
42% of young people do not consider themselves religious, finds the newest official survey. Islam is clearly on the rise.
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.
A survey shows that while most Europeans do not believe in God, those born after 1997 in Sweden, Germany, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Hungary have more faith.
MEPs adopt a resolution asking Indian government to take action in Manipur, where tribal and religious conflict already left 250 churches destroyed.
The few religious references of the four main parties standing for election on 23 July show distinct differences in their approach to religion.
Official statistics conclude that free evangelical Christians (below 5%) pray and attend worship services more than other faith groups.
The mayor of Grenoble wants to draw up a “more pluralist” calendar by replacing religious holidays with secular celebrations.
A survey of the UK Bible Society points out that “there is little appetite for a secular or multi-faith coronation” among the British population.
In the Paris area, the number of those who identify as believers is significantly higher than elsewhere.
A report shows that Australians have a good perception of Christians and are willing to have spiritual conversations, but also see Christianity as a bad influence in some areas.
According to a major survey, evangelicals are 37% of the population, Roman Catholics, 33%. 29% said they are unaffiliated believers and 1% identify as non-believers.
About half of the Swedish population feels they cannot speak openly about their political and religious views.
With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse "curiosity" about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory.
Religion is necessarily soteriological, meaning it is about the regeneration of individuals and the restoration of all that was lost through the fall.
Churches see it as further push to privatise the faith of citizens. Around half included their religion in birth and wedding registrations.
The country faces new elections amid increasing polarisation. "The dispute over the evangelical vote has become very important", say analysts.
In 50 years’ time, those not religiously affiliated could represent half of the population while people with non-Christians faiths double their presence.
Who knows how we might view the outcome of Putin’s ‘special operation’ when the dust finally settles?
The government blames “church gatherings attended by people with unknown vaccination status” that “led to the spread of measles to previously unaffected areas" .
A survey shows that among millennials and Generation Z, girls are more likely than boys to reject any religious approach.