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.”
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What would you do if the American President invited you for a meeting at the same moment as your daughter's first musical recital? Of course, you would go to the President. "No", former Vice President Mike Pence says. "You should go listen to your daughter."
Kids don't like studying. They don't like to be lectured, taught, instructed, or corrected. If they could have a day of their dreams, it would be playing all day and eating sweets and junk food. Nobody would dream of spending a day at school.
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.
This year, the Nobel Prize in Literature went to a Catholic Christian author from Norway.
His friends called him “the boy with the shining eyes.” When he was only 14 years old, Ivo Hristov published his first book. By this time, he had written five collections of short stories and was working on a sixth one.
The share of religious literature sold in Russia is rising again for the first time in five years. At the same time, sales of mystical and occult books are falling.
Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, bookstores in the country are flourishing. Ukrainians are determined to preserve their cultural memory.
A Hungarian book chain received a fine of 12 million forints. The reason for this hefty sum is the sale of a children's book which contains LGBT scenes about two boys who are in love.
A Swiss socialist accuses a Christian bookstore of homophobia. Meanwhile, the shop is taking countermeasures.