Germans who want to send Christmas cards this year can use a unique stamp. What is most peculiar about it is that it announces the birth of Jesus.
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With Advent coming soon, many European communities have begun to celebrate the season before Christmas.
Orthodox activists are starting a strange campaign in Belarus, writes columnist Zmicier Chvedaruk. “These activists are saying that other cultures are violent and shouldn’t exist at all.”
Jaakko casually crossed my path last week while I was on the road in Finland’s Biblebelt. As a reporter, I had arranged with a pastor there. He was waiting for me at the church entrance with two others. One of them was Jaakko.
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.
Who could have envisioned two years ago where we stand now? CNE.news has come into the unique position of being one of the best-informed Christian news websites in Europe!
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.
In the aftermath of the terror attack on Israel last Saturday, Israeli flags popped up everywhere around the world.
This year, the Nobel Prize in Literature went to a Catholic Christian author from Norway.
Really sad and really heavy. That is how pastor Craig Simonian responds to the moment that Nagorno-Karabakh is emptied of Armenians. “No one is left there.”