• Blessed are the peacemakers: Praying for France

    Blessed are the peacemakers: Praying for France0

    • NEWS
    • November 4, 2020

    The murder of Samuel Paty was shocking. This teacher wanted his class to think about free speech and offence by inviting his pupils to consider the Charlie Hebdo cartoons ridiculing Islam. But false rumours of a mocking tone in the classroom led to more rumours and the eventual Islamist terrorist attack upon him.

  • The EEA Brussels office in Corona times

    The EEA Brussels office in Corona times0

    Our social-political work in Brussels is a lot about building and maintaining relationships. Covid-19 is seriously limiting the ability to do so. So, how is the Brussels office dealing with the current situation?
    Building and maintaining relationships with parliamentarians and their staff, with policy makers, and with the many non-governmental organisations working in Brussels, is crucial for the work of the EEA office in the European Union’s capital.

  • Christian politics  of little steps and coffee

    Christian politics of little steps and coffee0

    We are talking with Auke Minnema, general director of the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM). The ECPM is a political party that wants to unite all Christian politicians in Europe. Auke is married with one daughter and lives in Antwerp, Belgium.

  • Politics & Democracy

    Politics & Democracy0

    For many, the principle of the separation of church and state suggests that religion has no role in modern politics. Democracy, we are told, comes to us from the Greeks; so who needs religion when it comes to politics?

  • Doing politics “right”

    Doing politics “right”0

    This month, the European Evangelical Alliance is republishing 2 foundational documents which seek to answer these questions: EEA’s Socio-Political Approach. And the Socio-political Code of Conduct, which summarises the Approach in a few key principles.

  • Book recommendation

    Book recommendation0

    • NEWS
    • October 30, 2020

    In her book Ksenija Magda gives a study what the Bible says concerning this “curse” and how different theologians come to different conclusions. Showing what the fall did to humanity, she challenges some convictions, which have been passed on – and still are – in many churches.