Official data show that the number of non-religious people has increased by over 13% since 2010.
Macron’s government wants to see more Muslim preachers trained in France. The step is connected to the 2020 anti-separatism law to fight radical Islamism.
In a Europe that has widely turned its back on the story that, far more than any other, has shaped its culture and civilisation, Christmas remains a paradox.
Research looks at how the young in France see secularism. People between 18 and 30 are more tolerant of religious symbols in public.
The Christian community as a whole needs to awaken to the intensity and pace at which secular intolerance is progressing.
The few religious references of the four main parties standing for election on 23 July show distinct differences in their approach to religion.
The mayor of Grenoble wants to draw up a “more pluralist” calendar by replacing religious holidays with secular celebrations.
The Manhattan preacher gained a global audience with his expository, life-oriented, and Christ-centred preaching. He was culturally open, dialogical, and contemporary in his communication.
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.
Revival groups remain in the Lutheran Church but have their own dynamics. An explainer for those outside Finland.
In the Paris area, the number of those who identify as believers is significantly higher than elsewhere.
Europeans are mostly oblivious of the roots of the freedoms we enjoy, unaware of how much their foundations have already been undermined.
Ratzinger was concerned that Luther’s interpretation of the Christian ministry as mainly characterized by preaching, prayer, and pastoral care ware becoming widespread in Catholic circles.
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.
More than 140 preachers from different evangelical denominations encouraged each other to preach from the Word of God to today's culture. Chris Wright, Mark Meynell and Alex Chiang participated.
For evangelicals in Western Europe, the most tangible problem is not one of freedom, but rather of public participation.
In 50 years’ time, those not religiously affiliated could represent half of the population while people with non-Christians faiths double their presence.
Crime, energy prizes, and the role of immigrants are hot topics ahead of the 11 September general election. In a context of “secularism with no values”, Christians should take a stand for the Gospel, two evangelical leaders say.
Neo-paganist and humanist movements find their place as a reaction to Christianity. Migrants have changed the landscape of a country in which most are still registered as Lutherans.
Religious organisations denounced some points “attack” the freedoms of worship and association, but the Council ruled the law is “in conformity with the Constitution”.
A 60-page report of the Christian think tank Clapham Institutet examined religion and science school materials. Researcher Per Ewert hopes publishers and experts will revise the curricula for next year.
The book provides a searching and honest analysis of the deep challenges faced by the church today, and a clear and hopeful vision for where we go next.
The German debate around the CDU party is not new. Everywhere in Europe the Christian Democracy is on the defeat. This is a warning for evangelicals as well.
The church of the pastor was destroyed by fire. A delegation of French evangelicals was visiting the country to discuss the application of the ‘separatism law’ in the overseas region.