Monday, June 12, 2006

What place for God in Europe?

What place for God in Europe?

Across Europe,the conflicting currents of secularism, Christianity, and Islam are compelling Europeans to wrestle with their values as never before. In this first installment of a three-part series, the Monitor examines the forces that are shaping European identity - and explores why the Continent is debating what role, if any, religion should play in public life.
By Peter Ford Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

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Read the second part here

1 comment:

Dave said...

Sad to see that great legacy of Christian faith in the europe continent has faded so dramatically... In US, the christian faith is still a 'live' option. But at a time when the evangelicals have gained a foothold in the public square there are signs of going the same way with post-evangelical 'constructivist' views.

I pray that the church will rise up in China, India, different parts of Asia, Africa and Latin America n take leadership in (not just numerical growth) but also intellectually in the sciences, theology and sociopolitical fields. That's the only way we can make an impact on culture, imho