This debate is really about something much bigger: what —or who— is the basis of reality, and how does this “filter down” to the issue of gender?
It is essential that we find out what women think and what their experience has been. We also need to look into the detail of how men and women relate to each other.
In Madrid, the parliamentary debate about the “Trans Law” divides the leftist government. In Berlin, a clear majority rejected two self-identification propositions.
The Spanish Evangelical Alliance writes to the Finnish ambassador, saying the court process against Päivi Räsänen is “a worrying step back that goes in the opposite direction of the Europe we all want to build together”.
Some Christians are at the forefront of this tribalisation of politics, creating a polarisation of views and eroding the middle ground on which many believers used to stand.
The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine debate has disrupted European vaccination plans. Spanish evangelical scientists ask to remain calm and be rigorous.
Women from a wide range of organisations and political views, including an evangelical pastor, explained the dangers of the 'trans draft law' at a round table organised by the Feminist Party.
Evangelical politicians say changing the preamble of the Constitution would “signal that we want a society without God” that gets rid of the “values” that came with Christianity.
Tracking down the phenomenon of conspiracy theories.
The Bible has to be in charge of the message, its main idea, its flow of thought, its relevance, its goals.
The parliament of Victoria makes any individual practice that aims to “change or suppress a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity” illegal. Faith groups believe the law restricts religious freedom.
Italy negotiates a new government as the third wave of the pandemic hits the country. The Evangelical Alliance calls on Christians to avoid “conspiracy narratives”.
The apostle Paul would probably have included the disputes about the right Christian way of dealing with the current pandemic in his list of differing opinions in Romans 14.
A document was recently published with the presentations and contributions of hundreds of participants in the Family and Leadership inquiry, organized by the Spanish Evangelical Alliance.
The Senate ratified the law in a close vote. “Argentina has moved back centuries of respect for the supreme right to life”, evangelicals say.
The Parliament passes the law with a majority of 198 votes. Dozens protested outside. Spain becomes the fourth European country and the sixth in the world to approve euthanasia.
LGBT groups speak of a “dark” moment for human rights, but evangelicals see it as a “protection” for families and children.
Catholics, Anglicans, Jews, Muslims and Hindus presented a joint manifesto against the euthanasia law that could be passed by the Spanish Parliament in the next few weeks.
The syncretistic and idolatrous nature of much of Western Christianity is contributing to the ultimate collapse of Western civilisation.
Olaf Latzel used insulting language to speak about LGBT activists in a small group seminar that was later posted on Youtube.
If we care, we will preserve the dignity of those on the receiving end of our mission efforts. We will refrain from using them as objects in the quest to defend and promote our church or our idea.
The Hungarian Evangelical Alliance works to have a “balanced” and “independent” approach to society, says Istvan Horvath. Western European countries should not impose their worldview on the country.
Liberal Anglican leaders call evangelicals “homophobic” and threaten to leave the dialogue. The Church of England had issued the report Living in Love and Faith to open a discussion on identity and sexuality.
The Spanish Evangelical Alliance responds to the public consultation about the law stating that it ignores science and medicine and might "create a society with different levels of rights".
After their annual meeting, Norwegian Baptists may have edged closer to staying together in one church union, although some churches are at odds with the majority.
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