A movie about a pastor who hid the dictator Honecker from the GDR received a Christian media prize on Thursday. According to the producer, the film has some important lessons.
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The average European child spends 3-4 hours online every day. That also means that our children, kept in check by their parents, who spend 1-1.5 hours a day online, balance out their peers who spend 6-8 hours a day online.
A movie about the “exciting story” of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer will be published at the end of 2024.
Unlocking a phone with your face is interesting, but facial recognition with a controversial app is different. In "Your face belongs to us", the American tech journalist Kashmir Hill describes this technology's history and possible future.
We gave into the social pressure and the demands of online schoolwork: at the age of 12, our kids got their own phones. Well, not iPhones, nor smartphones... but "dumbphones". You know, the ones with buttons.
Next school year, both primary schools and schools for children with special needs must ban smartphones from their classrooms. That is an order of the Dutch Education Minister Mariëlle Paul. A Danish survey confirms the negative impact of screens on children.
While the world is shaken by a new war, Italy has experienced a minor political earthquake related to gossip.
Abraham Kuyper was open-minded and international but had no problem using anti-Semitic clichés. In some churches in America, South Korea and South Africa, he is still famous. In his own country, the Netherlands, he is nearly forgotten. To prevent this, Johan Snel wrote a new biography – an alternative one.
The best Bible is the one we actually open and read. But is that a paper version or a digital Bible? Research shows that reading on paper has a deeper impact, writes the Swedish theologian Joel Halldorf.
Norwegians could listen to a church service in the morning on the main channel of the public broadcaster NRK. From November 6 on, they will have to go elsewhere. The NRK decided to replace the program.