Roundup: Sharing sacred texts, sexual abuse, Christians in Syria, celebrity culture, church membership, belief and exorcism
Christian clergy across the United States will organise readings from the Quran and other sacred texts Sunday, June 26, as part of an initiative to counter anti-Muslim bigotry and negative stereotypes of Islam.
Report claims less than 5% of abusive priests were paedophiles as critics accuse it of ‘garbage in, garbage out’ exoneration.
Syria’s minority Christians are watching the protests sweeping their country with trepidation, fearing their religious freedom could be threatened if President Bashar al-Assad’s autocratic but secular rule is overthrown.
By drawing attention to the phenomenon of celebrity, an artist hopes to investigate a nagging suspicion that something fundamental is missing in present enthusiasms surrounding the role of art and artists in the contemporary church.
What’s happening to church membership?
Humans are naturally inclined to believe in gods and an afterlife, according to a major three-year study.
After a decades-long absence, interest in demonic possession—and the ritual to defeat it—is on the rise.
2020 Safe Church Awareness Workshops08/08/2020 - 07/11/2020
NYALC - Online19/10/2020 - 11/12/2020
Webinar Series: New Connections: What ways can we overcome isolation and loneliness?20/10/2020 - 04/11/2020
Emerging Gen Workers Day02/11/2020