• Developing a theology and practice of lament

    Developing a theology and practice of lament0

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    • February 10, 2021

    One of the most significant and important things that all communities of faith are going to have to think about, and put in place, over the next few months, is a clear theology of lament.

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  • Promoting Religious Liberty in Denmark

    Promoting Religious Liberty in Denmark0

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    • February 10, 2021

    Two years ago, an independent think tank on Christian persecution was established in Denmark, which the Danish Evangelical Alliance (DEA) decided to join. The initiative is not evangelical but was rather founded by a group of people from different parts of the Danish Church. As Thomas Mikkelsen, General Secretary of the DEA, points out, “I consider this as a strength, as it gives us high credibility in the political and diplomatic world.”

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  • Understanding and Prioritising Freedom of Religion or Belief – Continued

    Understanding and Prioritising Freedom of Religion or Belief – Continued0

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    • February 10, 2021

    This resource explains how governments must respect FoRB. They may set up registration systems for religious communities but these must not make it impossible for people to exercise their beliefs. Nor can governments compel their citizens to change or reject their beliefs. And, while there may be a State religion, the authorities have a duty to treat all faiths equally.

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  • Masters or Slaves? – AI and the future of humanity

    Masters or Slaves? – AI and the future of humanity0

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    • February 10, 2021

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a part of our everyday life and increasingly so. AI can definitely make our lives easier. Just think about navigation, internet searches, voice assistants, shopping, reading, or television watching recommendations. But did you ever stop to think about AI and where you would set its boundaries? And has the Bible anything to say about this?

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  • Book Review “Influence with Respect”

    Book Review “Influence with Respect”0

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    • February 10, 2021

    Western society has changed from Christian to secular. Under secularism – a faith without God – talking about God has become a taboo, a violoation of „neutrality“.

    In this context,  Christian educators and leaders have become insecure and often too hesitant about passing on their values, as they are easily accused of indoctrination. But education is impossible without passing on values.

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  • Approaches to Islam: A toolbox for those involved in ministry among Muslims

    Approaches to Islam: A toolbox for those involved in ministry among Muslims0

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    • February 10, 2021

    Ever since Islam came into being in the 7th century AD Christians have had to find a way to relate to Islam as a new religion that began to spread around the world and to relate to Muslims as people that are strongly committed to one God, but also strongly rejecting Jesus being the Son of God.

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