The German coalition has introduced a bill intended to make it easier for transsexuals to change their gender. Criticism of this proposal is wide-ranging: some consider it discriminatory. Others see this as a danger, especially for young people.
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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.
If Europe wants to survive, it must find a future. And that future lays in the Christian religion that has created its cultural heritage that still unites the continent, says David Millard.
Distributors who spread child porn may be impunable after the summer, the European Commission warns. To avoid this, EU countries must decide about extending a regulation that allows tech companies to detect and remove images of sexual abuse of children.
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."
A European Court demands the recognition of same-sex marriage in Romania. But the population is “not ready” for it.
When the Institute for the Impact of Faith in Life (IIFL) published the results of their November study on faith and mental health, it revealed a promising result. Religious people are 20 per cent happier than those identify as atheist or less involved.
Dutch Christians are divided over Geert Wilders’ election win. “It is a mirror of the country we live in.”
Denmark has a new Church Minister. Morten Dahlin succeeds Louise Schack Elholm. However, he receives a lot of criticism.
After a long time and political debate, the Norwegian government seems to have enough support for a ban on conversion therapy for homosexuals.