- January 23, 2019
The resources stated in the list do not necessarily reflect EEA´s opinion but serve as introductory material for readers interested in further wrestling with the topic. However, the EEA is part of the newly established Homo Responsiblis Initiative*, which aims to create additional material on Artificial Intelligence in the future. *The Homo ResponsiblisREAD MORE
“Here I have friends I look forward seeing” said one of the representatives in our Evangelical Alliance Balkan regional meeting last month.
We as Evangelicals in the different nations of the Balkan region are presented every day with the relative obscurity of our distinctive religious community by the visible symbols of the other reli-gious communities in the form of imposing cathedrals and mosques in the most prominent places of our cities and villages…
John E. Langlois serves as the Council Secretary of the World Evangelical Alliance and as Chairman of the WEA Religious Liberty Commission. He has been a member of the International Council of the WEA since 1969.
In August 2019, John Langlois travelled to Singapore to attend the 50th anniversary of the Asia Theological Association. He was there 50 years ago and was instrumental in helping to open the first office. Here is his story in his own words:READ MORE
From 17-19 September, the EEA’s staff convened for a retreat Doorn (The Netherlands). In the wonderful atmosphere of the Het Brandpunt conference center, Julia Doxat-Purser (UK), Arie de Pater (NL), Vitaly Vlasenko (RU), Matthias Boehning (GER) and the EEA’s General Secretary Thomas Bucher (CH) spent time in prayer, discussions and planning.READ MORE
Within one and half years, Mikael Laursen, the General Secertary of “FrikirkeNet”, established a successful relationship work with Danish politicians and had every third Member of Parliament in Denmark visiting a church. The Danish network is commissioned by Danish free churches from many denominations to reach into Danish society and politics.READ MORE
The report displays the findings of VOX magazine´s “3:28 Churches?” survey, which has been conducted in July and August 2018 in Ireland. Discovering a lack of data on women´s experiences in the church and the attitudes towards women in the church, the magazine saw a need for actual research in the field. Therefore, a survey was created that would provide answers to questions addressing the experiences gained of women in a Christian setting, the attitudes of Christian men toward women, and the theological positions on the role of women.READ MORE