Whoever drives behind Jalil Mashali will read the text "Jesus – I am the Truth, the Way and the Life." Now, Mashali's career may depend on these words.
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Christians are more concerned about artificial intelligence than non-Christians, a new study shows.
The European Union’s top court has decided that public offices in member states have the right to refuse all religious symbols. This does only apply to people at the front desk but also in the background. The only rule is that the ban applies to all; from the Muslim head scarf to the Jewish kippah and the Christian cross.
The Vatican has no objections to baptising children from rainbow families or people who changed their sex.
Young fathers are more likely to support the baptism of their child and its membership in the Evangelical Lutheran Church than young mothers. That is the remarkable conclusion of research by the Church of Finland.
French nuns of the Missionary Family of Our Lady fought against climate activists. The latter attempted to protest against building plans for a large church complex in a natural park.
Germans can talk to Luther on Tuesday. "This is how we show how to use technology wisely."
The Bible teaches us many lessons on how to deal with migration, says theologian Samuel Lee. Therefore, he is very pleased with the so-called Migration Bible presented last weekend.
The Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the World Council of Churches (WCC) knock on the door of the European Union. The churches are shocked about the Armenian exodus from Nagorno-Karabakh.
Every classroom of the Odoardo Focherini Middle School in Carpi used to have a crucifix on the wall. Now, the principal has removed them. However, some strongly oppose this decision.