General History Christianity
Kenya: Society Paying for Its Lax Attitude Towards Sex (AllAfrica.com)
At the turn of the last century, the African traditional society crumbled under the twin assault of Christianity and colonialism.
CHRISTIANITY AND WORLD RELIGIONS (Montgomery Advertiser)
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Montgomery, 1705 Taylor Road, will offer a six-week study based on the video series "Christianity and World Religions: Wrestling with Questions People Ask" by the Rev. Adam Hamilton, pastor of the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kan.
Lutheran leaders assess challenges to Christianity in Europe (Christian Today)
Called to Grow Lead and Nurture is the theme of the Lutheran World Federation LWF European Church Leadership Consultation taking place in midSeptember in Greifswald Germany
Kazakhstan model of inter-ethnic and inter-confessional understanding (Nine O'Clock)
Kazakhstan territory was, in history, a place of ?meeting? for religions and civilizations ? Islamic, Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism. Each of them left a clear trace on the cultural legacy of the current population.
A view of faith: Catholic Church, Jewish Community present Holy Land exhibit (The Champions Sun)
Similarities exist in many of the world?s faiths. For example, Christianity, Islam and Judaism?s beginnings can be traced back to Israel, a country peppered with sites considered holy to the religions.
Roadside memorials pop up around Illinois (Chicago Sun-Times)
ABINGDON, Ill. ? They are not like the massive billboards and flashing neon signs calculated to grab your attention.
Obama's verbal slip fuels his critics (The Washington Times)
Sen. Barack Obama's foes seized Sunday upon a brief slip of the tongue, when the Democratic presidential nominee was outlining his Christianity but accidentally said, "my Muslim faith."
Writer's ideas on Christianity are engaging and profound (Deseret Morning News)
Even those who followed the Democratic National Convention closely probably didn't notice a closing prayer delivered by a young man in his 30s with the unassuming name Donald Miller.
God's motormouth looks to set us straight (Mandurah Mail)
HE IS the preacher for gen Y, spreading a testosterone-fuelled Christianity aimed squarely at a young, hip audience, often blokes, at a time when most churches are being held together mainly by elderly women. And he is in Sydney, wanting to save us from our sex-and-sport spirituality.
Chinese Characters (New York Times)
In these oral histories, Liao Yiwu records conversations with a feng shui master, a professional mourner, a safecracker and other denizens of Sichuan.