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  • EEA Applauds as EU Marks Major Step in Adopting Religious Freedom Guidelines

    The European Evangelical Alliance welcomes the adoption of the EU Guidelines on the Promotion and Protection of Freedom of Religion or Belief on Monday 24 June. The Foreign Affairs Ministers of all 27 Member States of the EU gathered yesterday in Luxembourg to adopt the Religious Freedom Guidelines. The Guidelines were developed by the European External Action

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  • Global Charter Press Release

    Global Charter Press Release

    An international group of leading academics and activists launched The Global Charter of Consciencetoday to expose the growing tensions across the world surrounding freedom of thought, conscience and religion – freedoms that are supposed to be protected by Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Charter was launched in the European Parliament, Brussels,

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  • Co-belligerence: a resource or a threat?

    “Why do Evangelical believers collaborate with non-evangelicals?” “Why do they sign the same petitions with people of other faith communities?” “Why do they support initiatives of people of different persuasions and backgrounds?” These questions express concerns that are widespread in the Evangelical community, especially but not exclusively in situations where Evangelicals are a minority. A

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The Relevance of the Bible in European Societies

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  • Holy Bubble meets the World
    Holy Bubble meets the World
    • February 10, 2021

    From mid-November to mid-December I had the privilege of attending a 30-day retreat of solitude. Part of my time was spent in long Bible meditations. I received a new text every day and the expectation was that I would spend one hour, four times a day, meditating on the text. The objective was to make sure that I was not preparing my next input, sermon or devotion but to allow the Bible do its work in me.

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