Half check the website of their local church on a regular basis and 24% follow Christian influencers, finds a study.
The proposal to establish a regional Evangelical Alliance in Kaliningrad was well received and work has begun on formalizing the structures.
The Rheinland Protestant Church, with 2.2 million members, opts for “less rules and more freedom”. Baptisms and weddings can now be organised outside official buildings.
Research looks at how the young in France see secularism. People between 18 and 30 are more tolerant of religious symbols in public.
The Brest Catechism of 1553 was the first book ever printed in Belarus. National and international researchers collaborated on this volume in Belarusian and English.
A “first of its kind” survey conducted in France shows that evangelicals are more interested in environmental care than the average population.
The award goes in its fourteenth edition to the Seville City Council. The city promotes a touristic route of Protestant history and has named several streets after Evangelical women.
A survey shows that Roman Catholics decline the most and go to church the least. Over half of Protestants attend church at least once a month.
After 36 years of pastoring churches in Turkey, Carlos Madrigal was labelled a threat to national order and is no longer allowed to enter the country. He and his wife Rosa share lessons to be learned about Christian work in non-Western countries.
Christians agree that “suicide should not be seen as a normal form of dying in society”. A new law is expected before the end of 2022.
For the first time, less than half of Germans belong to one of the two mainstream churches.
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.
Government officials have begun proceedings to close another Protestant church. Sixteen churches have been closed in the past four years.
A Pew Research survey finds that a large majority of Americans believes in the existence of hell. Only four in ten Catholics and Protestants believe the Christian faith is the only way.
The law is expected to be passed in the next weeks. Evangelical churches express their total opposition.
Public theology informs the faith community when moving beyond personal discipleship and church life into the public square.
Over 200 people has died in the floods that specially hit Germany and Belgium. Protestant leaders call to pray and expressed gratitude for those who are helping.
A Pew Research survey shows that 47% of religiously unaffiliated adults have experienced any form of online harassment. It happens most among those under the age of 30.
Radio and digital media platforms are particularly effective tools to reach the Amazigh community and to encourage the noteworthy Christian minority of local believers in their language.
Olaf Latzel used insulting language to speak about LGBT activists in a small group seminar that was later posted on Youtube.
The Baptist Union reported slight losses and the Pentecostal Union experienced a strong growth. In 2019, the Catholic and the Protestant Churches lost over 270,000 members each.
The latest EKD report shows that Sunday attendance reached a new low: only 3.2% of the members went to church services. Baptisms, weddings and funerals also dropped.
A survey shows that women have more existential questions than men, while Protestants and Catholics are the ones who think more about the meaning of life.
The Constitution “includes a right to a self-determined death”, the court says. Protestant and Catholic leaders issued a joint statement lamenting the decision.
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.