Education and Culture

  • 14 Aug 2008

    Some Chinese Christians have seen their invitation to the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics as a new recognition of religion and global values in officially atheist China.

  • 23 Jul 2008

    Our bodies are made of the same stuff as the planet itself and every species, including humanity, came into being against powerful odds. What does this say to us about creation and our place in it?

  • 23 Jul 2008

    The ‘Big Bang’ has reopened questions about the creation of the universe.

  • 23 Jul 2008

    Does science lead inexorably to atheism?

  • 18 Jul 2008

    The Jerusalem International YMCA is this year marking the 130th anniversary of when it first opened its doors in the back of a Christian bookstore inside the Old City's Jaffa Gate during the days of Ottoman rule in 1878.

  • 17 Jul 2008

    Participants in the Lambeth Conference are being invited to theatre show from a leading performance artist who offers to take them on a spiritual journey with lesbian and gay people.

  • 14 Jul 2008

    A Hindu woman living in India has produced a 900-page poetic epic on the life and message of Jesus following the style of such Hindu classics as Mahabharat and Ramayan. It has been written in Kannada.

  • 14 Jul 2008

    A cookbook published by the Lutheran World Federation not only contains more than 100 recipes from 22 countries, but also offers an insight into how people from around the world grow and prepare food.

  • 10 Jul 2008

    A United Nations committee meeting here has determined that two Baha’i shrines in Israel possess “outstanding universal value” and should be considered as part of the cultural heritage of humanity as a whole.

  • 9 Jul 2008

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