Let newcomers come to our churches and learn the French language and culture. As Christians, we are privileged and ready to help newcomers from Thailand and other far-away countries, says Marc Derœux.
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Germany will get a new Bible translation, known as the Ezra Bible (ESB). Protestant theologian Benedikt Peters works on the project in cooperation with the European Bible Training Centre (EBTC).
The Senate voted on Monday for a broad ban on inclusive writing. They were encouraged by President Macron, who called for “not giving in to the spirit of the times.”
Albert Einstein once said, "Play is the highest form of research." Children and playtime are a match made in heaven. It's almost as if they've earned a Ph.D. in fun-having. The moment they spot a playground, a cardboard box, or even just an empty corner of the living room, their eyes light up, and they're ready to start their adventure.
Not only men can pursue a career, women do too. Therefore, the new Danish dictionary will include a new word: career woman.
Dutch people have started using profane language more in recent years. In 2007, one in 20 cursed regularly or often; now, it has doubled to one in 10. "Our work is not yet finished," concludes Kees van Dijk, director of the Dutch Bond tegen Vloeken (League Against Profanity).
Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, bookstores in the country are flourishing. Ukrainians are determined to preserve their cultural memory.
The Ministry of Education in the German state of Saxony said no to gender language. The Minister wants to follow the official spelling rules in Germany.
Editors of Austria’s church magazines have decided to write “discrimination-sensitively” concerning gender. However, individual newspapers follow different approaches.
Citizens in Hamburg use a referendum to fight against the introduction of gendered language. They are supported by the local CDU party.