- Barely Anyone Reads the Bible in Germany. So Why Are Luther Bibles Selling So Well?A revised edition of Reformer’s translation ranked among 2022 bestsellers.
- European Evangelicals Organize Against AbuseFrom curriculum to call lines, churches focus on safety and prevention.Français
- Speaking for Evangelicals at the UN, Gaetan Roy Seeks to ServeThe new representative starts each conversation with an unusual question.
- Open Doors Gets Dragged into Germany’s Debate Over Christian PersecutionA far-right party introduced a motion to establish an “International Day Against the Persecution of Christians” and cited the advocacy organization’s data.
- Church Planting After the Fall (of the Berlin Wall)Three generations after East Germany rejected Christianity, group of prayerful believers now see an opportunity.
- German Bible Translator Introduces Readers to ‘God’s New Reality’Theologian Roland Werner’s modern version Das Buch, now in its third edition, resonates with the unchurched and surprises the faithful.
- Prayer and Forgiveness Offered at Texas ExecutionAnd other brief news from Christians around the world.
- Migrants to Europe Are Changing ChurchesStudy finds new immigrants in about half of hospitable congregations.
- A Nonconservative’s Plea to Those Leaving Conservative ChurchesRoger Olson sympathizes with liberal leavers, but he draws the line at liberal theology.
- Germany’s Nuclear Power Plants Are Closing. But Their Moral Questions Have a Long Half-Life.What is the Christian position on radioactive accidents, technology, and replacing fossil fuels?español简体中文繁體中文