Dutch Christian MEP, Bert-Jan Ruissen has organised the exposition. “The EU has a moral duty to credibly protect freedom of religion”, he said in the opening.
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.
The Genesis light show presents the first three days of the creation in a church in Berlin. It will also be in other European countries.
An exhibition of the well-known artist Markus Lüpertz depicts the freely interpreted biblical story of creation.
The Spanish city hosts 2 initiatives, one about religious pottery and another about historical editions of the Bible.
In Berlin, an exhibition shows death up close and personal. It’s certainly not for everyone, but still a fascinating experience.
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.
Through books, conferences and media appearances, he spread the gospel and the history of Protestants and evangelical churches in Spain.
The Spanish Bible Society will also launch an audiovisual discipleship project, in addition to exhibitions, presentations in different formats and trainings.
An exhibition in the German town of Eisenach features the longest painted Bible on the 500th anniversary of the German translation of the Bible.
An exhibition in the Spanish city of Ourense shows the difficulties evangelicals had in the 19th and 20th centuries to share their ideas in freedom.
The local leadership of the library together with local evangelicals had trained nearly 5 library workers and 40 volunteers from different churches of the city.
Montemolin, the town where the author and translator of the Bear Bible was born, hosted an event and an exhibition to honor the 450th anniversary of its publication.
Open Doors UK displayed 16,000 squares of fabric at Westminster Abbey, “to amplify the voices of persecuted Christian women and to have a lasting impact on UK government policy”.
A Brethren church commemorates the anniversary with cultural activities and worship services. “We want to be a light in the neighborhood of Gracia and in our city”.
The University of the Mexican city hosts an exhibition on the first translation of the Bible into Spanish.
“The Bible, a journey through the languages of the world” shows how “Western civilization is built upon Christianity, and its foundations are the Bible”, collector Pere Roquet says.
The ‘Archetypes’ exhibition can be visited in Cambridge until December 2018. Artist Liviu Mocan expresses the “spiritual energy of the Reformation”.
Photographer Juan Pablo Serrano sees the Reformers as an example of how “God uses ordinary people”.
Researcher and well known politician Josep Lluís Carod-Rovira led a cultural event with both evangelical leaders and representatives of the Catalan society.
There are three great benefits of art, which every Christian should embrace: beauty, truth and imagination.