The WEA participated in the UN Biodiversity Conference, where 188 countries approved “measures deemed critical to addressing the dangerous loss of biodiversity”.
Recent years have shown that the term “diversity” can become a weapon in the hands of rulers with clearly defined agendas and a willingness to impose their ideology.
With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse "curiosity" about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory.
Projekts MCR is a pioneering skatepark in Manchester. It is invitational to those who wouldn’t usually consider skateboarding.
Muslim women today are 12 percent of the world’s population, spread across the globe. When we meet a Muslim woman, who are we meeting? What has been her experience of daily life and faith?
Let’s not claim to proclaim the whole counsel of God while refusing to address injustice or any other issue that might be labeled “political”.
A new survey shows that “the vast majority of US evangelicals are largely satisfied with their church”. Outreach and in-depth teaching are the weakest of the 14 areas surveyed.
The President of Westphalia Church is the second woman to chair the EKD in its history. The 14 members of the EKD Council for the next 6 years were also elected.
Miguel Wickham analyses the COP26 development, the challenges in addressing climate change, and the role of Christians.
Christians have a dual responsibility to steward the planet and to love our neighbour. An article by Hannah Eves.
The President of the Moroccan Christian Union explains why, although the change of government has raised expectations, many Christians remain cautious.
After ten years of Islamist government, the liberal party will have to form a new cabinet. “We are very proud political Islam came out through elections”, Christians say.
The church is a beautiful blend of backgrounds, personalities and stories. We should praise God for the diversity of people brought together in the body of Christ.
Diversity is something believers can affirm within the boundaries of God’s purposes.
The English Cemetery of Malaga was founded in 1831. Now it is open daily and has recovered its cultural activity.
Six common themes for a Trinitarian approach to leading missions. An article by Joseph W. Handley.
According to the European Values Survey, migrants are more likely to belong to either a Muslim community or to be evangelical / Pentecostal than are the non-migrants.
Despite its tolerant and open appearance, a report published by evangelical Christians shows that Tunisia “turns a blind eye” to religious freedom problems.
There is increasing cultural diversity that works against the traditional beliefs. The critical factor is the extent to which religious involvement is transmitted to the younger generation.
“Jesus calls us to live and reflect the Kingdom of God here on earth, working for the protection of all creatures without fatalism or desertion”, says the declaration.
The Spanish Vice President presented a project to provide city councils with tools and resources “to manage religious diversity with equality, freedom and tolerance”.
Global reflections on a universal sin (Part 1/2). An article by CJ Davison and Richard Coleman.
General Sigit Prabowo, a Pentecostal Christian, was unanimously approved by the parliament, despite opposition of Islamic groups. He promises to create “a trustworthy police and fight extremism”.
European Muslims seem to create a balance between loyalty to the global ummah and loyalty to the local state. Many seek to harmonize a Salafist claim of the true Islam with the cultural and religious pluralism of the societies they live in.
Evangelical organisations call for action to preserve biodiversity in the statement ‘Faith Call to Action for the UN Summit on Biodiversity’.