Christians are more concerned about artificial intelligence than non-Christians, a new study shows.
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With Advent coming soon, many European communities have begun to celebrate the season before Christmas.
The Evangelical umbrella organisation CNEF in France is taking the initiative to help Protestant churches deal with sexual abuse in their structures.
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.
On Nov. 22, 1963, all of America and much of the world were thinking about only one thing: the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Kennedy’s shocking death absorbed global consciousness for perfectly understandable reasons. Yet that same day, nearly 4,700 miles away from Dallas, C.S. Lewis also passed away in his Oxford home.
Denmark has a new Church Minister. Morten Dahlin succeeds Louise Schack Elholm. However, he receives a lot of criticism.
For years, the number of baptisms declined in the community of Jehovah's Witnesses worldwide. Now, the tide has changed. In total, the number has grown by 85 per cent this year.
Annette Kurschus (60) resigned with immediate effect on Monday. The reason is an abuse scandal she should have acted against. The Protestant Church in Germany will need to find a new leader.
The New Life Church in Minsk filed an appeal against its liquidation. The congregation was ordered to dissolve last month.
The Danish Church Minister has abolished the exception of the Church of Denmark in the Equality Treatment Act. Until now, churches could refuse female priests. That changes. “Is there still room for theological disagreement?”