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Join the Conversation Who sets the boundaries of human rights in the world? While the United Nations in Geneva have the global assignment for monitoring the rights of people, it takes pressure from activists to make known violations and to press governments to respond. Wissam al-Saliby is a forceful presence in Geneva. I’d like you … Continue reading

Ukraine: what might be a Post-COVID church

Will the COVID-19 pandemic result in a long-term barrier to effective church life? For close to two years, public worship has been curtailed in various ways, from complete shutdowns to masking and social distancing. Now an important question is rattling around in conversations among pastors and church leaders: will people return to church? While for … Continue reading

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Join the Conversation Roman Catholics have a pope, do Evangelicals have one? Surprisingly, yes. Not with matching pomp and ceremony nor palatial settings, but a world leader, elected by Evangelical leaders from 143 countries. You might be surprised by this interchange with Thomas Schirrmacher, giving you a sense of the remarkable breadth and vision of … Continue reading

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Join the Conversation Tune in to hear what Katharine Hayhoe, WEA Ambassador of Creation Care has to say about climate change, its impact and what we can do to make a difference.   Click here to listen to this episode: Apple Podcast, Spotify or Google.   The landscape of faith has changed as 25 % … Continue reading

“This is what …”

People are often surprised when I point out that until recently in church history, our understanding of the Holy Spirit has been overshadowed by a focus on the Father and the Son. Granted, throughout church history the Holy Spirit was acknowledged in major statements of the Christian faith, such as the Apostles’ Creed. But apart … Continue reading