Society & Culture

  • Campaign launched to protect UK religious broadcasting

    By Christian Today Europe

    A campaign has been launched to protect religious programmes from potential cuts in a new Media Bill going through Parliament. The Sandford St Martin Trust has published its #BeliefMatters petition – timed to coincide with the passage of the government's Media Bill to the House of Lords – and has encouraged anyone concerned about the threat to religious broadcasting to sign it.

  • Africa Cup of Nations win heralds a new dawn for Côte d'Ivoire, African evangelical leader says

    The recently concluded Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), a month-long football tournament hosted in Côte d'Ivoire, proved to be far more than just a sporting event. Dr. Master Matlhaope, the General Secretary of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA), visited Abidjan during the tournament and described it as "a display of unity, meticulous planning, and a global meeting point."

  • Preteens rejecting several biblical teachings, survey reveals

    In a statement released last week, the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University shared data about the worldviews held by children between the ages of 8 and 12 years old. The Cultural Research Center contrasted the views of the preteens with those of parents of children younger than 13, pastors of Christian churches and teenagers.


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