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Germany’s Nuclear Power Plants Are Closing. But Their Moral Questions Have a Long Half-Life.
What is the Christian position on radioactive accidents, technology, and replacing fossil fuels?
What Antisemitism Looks Like When It Is Carved into Church
Q&A with World Evangelical Alliance head Thomas Schirrmacher on the problem of offensive public sculptures and how Christians came to embrace evil conspiracy theories about the Jews.
World Vision Employee Convicted of Terrorism, Despite Lack of Public Evidence
Israeli court says the Palestinian who directed humanitarian aid in Gaza was secretly working for Hamas.
German Minister Not Guilty of Anti-LGBT Hate Speech
Marriage seminar set up a clash between religious teachings and gay rights, but “alienating” comments are not criminal, court rules.
Passion Rekindled: Oberammergau Easter Play Returns with Great Joy
Tourists and pilgrims flock to German village as 1,800 local actors prepare to take the stage after pandemic interruption.
UK Christians Welcome Refugees amid Frustrations with Immigration Process
The churches are willing. But the bureaucracy is weak.
Hungarian Evangelicals Thank God for Viktor Orbán Victory
Despite some misgivings, most supported him as a conservative Christian who would stand up for their values.
Christian Condemnations of LGBT Not Hate Speech in Finland, Court Rules
A politician who tweeted Romans 1:24-27 and a bishop who published a pamphlet win unanimous decision.
Finnish Bishop and Politician Face Trial for LGBT Statements
For the country’s diverse Lutherans, the case tests the resolve to speak up, the boundaries of tolerance, and Christians’ ability to communicate.
UK Christians Walk 750 Miles to Urge Action on Climate Change
Headed to UN meeting in Glasgow, creation care advocates talk about what churches can do and what they are doing.
The New Head of the World Evangelical Alliance Wants to Talk
Thomas Schirrmacher hopes to lead Christians into conversations, cooperation, and witness.
Verdict Nears for Palestinian Accused of Diverting World Vision Funds
Mohammad el-Halabi has refused plea deals that would “pollute” the image of Christian aid organization, lawyer says.
After Angela Merkel, German Evangelicals Weigh Political Values
Voting guides have been replaced by discussion questions as Christians consider the future.
Growing Hair for Jesus, German Village Plans for 2022
World-famous Oberammergau Passion Play prepares for post-pandemic return.
A World Vision Employee Is Still Awaiting Fair Trial in Israel
The charges against him don’t make sense. And his day in court has been delayed again and again.
German Churches Reckon with Antisemitic History
A government report raises concerns that Nazi theology may not be a thing of the past.
Military Ministries Prepare for Potential US Troop Withdrawal From Germany
Trump plan creates uncertainty for evangelical churches serving soldiers—and new opportunities.
Refugee Converts Aren’t ‘Fraudsters,’ German Pastors Say
Churches push back on immigrant officials' new skepticism of authentic faith.
No Joyful Noise as German Churches Reopen Without Singing
Lockdown measures eased, but Christians struggle with coronavirus restrictions.
Easter Pageant Started by Pandemic in 1633 Canceled by COVID-19
The famous Oberammergau Passion Play draws half a million people once a decade to watch small German village perform the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.