Pagan Europe? Most Europeans Say They Are Christian
Despite low church attendance and unorthodox beliefs about Jesus and Christianity, most Europeans say they are Christian.
A Pew Survey of 15 European nationsfound that a surprising 91 percent said they were baptized as a Christian, 81 percent were raised Christian and 71 percent say they currently identify as Christian.
Baylor’s seminary asked homiletics experts to pick the top English-speaking sermon givers of today’s generation.
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Twenty Christian colleges, universities, and seminaries have raised $1.5 million in scholarships to offer minority students in Memphis as part of a new initiative in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated there 50 years ago today.
And why conferences are such an enduring and crucial part of the movement.
CT EDITORS | APRIL 19, 2018
For the 69th anniversary of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Marietta, Minister Emeritus the Rev. Dr. Hal Doster will return to preach. The special worship service begins at 11 a.m., Sunday, April 15, at 569 Frasier Street in Marietta.
Doster’s sermon is entitled, “Core Values,” and will be followed by a fellowship luncheon.
It took Brooke Prentis, a descendant of the Waka Waka peoples in Queensland, a long time to reconcile her faith in Jesus with her Aboriginal identity.
“I had once accepted myself as a Christian first, and then Aboriginal. But once I found access to, and learned from, Aboriginal Christian leaders to reverse that identity, I became free in Christ.”
“Then I became a Christian, and no one cared if I was Aboriginal or not.” – Brooke Prentis
If we go by the assertion that the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of the All-Highest, did not come to this earth on a propitiatory sacrifice mission in order that the sins of mankind could be washed away, the logical question to agitate our minds will be to then ask what the Mission of His earthly sojourn was.
DURHAM — Why are you a Christian?
It’s an intriguing question, and for each person, the answer is different.
A conference titled “Why Christian?” was held March 16-17 in Duke Chapel on the campus of Duke University.
Two moderators, the Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber and Rachel Held Evans, founded the conference in 2015. Both women are authors and speakers, and both say they wanted to lift up voices not often heard in the church.