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Days to be open to others

A celebration event for multiple religion denominations during the same period in April 2023

Jésus, l’homme souffrant qui crie à Dieu

Mercredi soir commençait le 14 Nisan, jour où beaucoup, comme moi, ont commémoré la libération de l’esclavage (des personnes et des péchés comme de la mort). Nous nous sommes souvenus de la réunion de Jésus-Christ au cours de laquelle il a pris le repas du soir pour commémorer la libération de son peuple de l’esclavageContinue reading “Jésus, l’homme souffrant qui crie à Dieu”

Jesus the suffering man who called to God

About a man in agony crying to his heavenly Father.

Those rejecting divine laws, following the Antichrist

The ‘antichrist’ existed in the apostolic period and it was, and still is, to continue until it is destroyed by Jesus when he returns.

About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated

It might well be that in the developed countries Christians may be in the majority, but everywhere in the capitalist states we see that having an active faith is not anymore of importance. The latest Pew Research Center survey of the religious composition of the United States finds the religiously unaffiliated share of the publicContinue reading “About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated”

Catholics facing a totally different Holy Week

For Pope Francis at the Vatican, and for Catholics worldwide from churches large and small, this will be an Easter like none other, like for real Christians this week shall be one of isolation whilst otherwise so busy with meeting and sharing the Good News. The joyous message of Christ’s resurrection will be delivered toContinue reading “Catholics facing a totally different Holy Week”

The focus of multiculturalism in Europe on Muslims and Jews

Although current debates on multiculturalism in Europe often focus on Islam and Muslims, there also are long-standing Jewish communities in many Western European countries. The Pew Research Center survey finds Christians at all levels of religious observance are more likely than religiously unaffiliated adults to say they would not be willing to accept Jews inContinue reading “The focus of multiculturalism in Europe on Muslims and Jews”

A diluted reformation point

Luther Bible, 1534 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) 500 years ago most protestants take October 31 as Reformation Day and the beginning of Protestantism where Luther gave the Bible to the people. One of the key findings in “U.S. Protestants Are Not Defined by Reformation-Era Controversies 500 Years Later” is that today U.S. Protestants are split onContinue reading “A diluted reformation point”

500 Years of Reformation Divisions Have Lost Much of Their Potency

After 500 Years, Reformation-Era Divisions Have Lost Much of Their Potency Theological differences diminished to a degree that might have shocked Christians in past centuries. As Protestants prepare to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, new Pew Research Center surveys show that in both Western Europe and the United States, the theological differences thatContinue reading “500 Years of Reformation Divisions Have Lost Much of Their Potency”