Displaying 1 - 10 of 12.
Father Hānī Bākhūm, spokesman for the Coptic Catholic Church, stated that the decision taken by Pope Francis, head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican on the abolition of the death penalty[1] from the Catechism of the Catholic Church reflects a doctrinal development and a...
Pope Johan Paul II´s peace envoy met with Saddam Hussein in Baghdad. He discussed means to guarantee peace and directed a call to the world´s conscience to avert war.
Pope John Paul II´s special envoy announced yesterday that he will meet with President Saddam Hussein after his talks with Iraqi Vice-President and Deputy Prime Minister. He held a mass for the sake of peace in Baghdad.
Comment on the role played by official Christian churches and denominations in the US and the whole world in regard to the Iraqi and Palestinian issues. The article explains that there is a difference between the tendencies of the US Christian Right Wing and those of official churches.
The head of the Board of Advisors of the Protestant Church in Germany described President Bush as a “religious extremist.” He pointed out that Bush behaves as if he has received a divine message that he tries to get across
Dozens of Christian religious men in the US urged President Bush to avert waging war on Iraq. They asserted that such a war would be a violation of the teachings of Christ. They published their appeal in a full-page in The New York Times.
Background about the life of Father Christian van Nispen in Egypt [member of the AWR-Editorial Board], his activities and his relationships with Muslim sheikhs and scholars.
How does one write a polemic that’s non-polemical, a manifesto that’s not manifestly so? With Christians Observed, the Revd. Dr John Watson, a priest in the Church of England and frequent contributor to Watani, has managed to answer the question.
In this interview, Rev. Akram Lama’i, head of the Higher Council of the Evangelical Church, speaks about the image of Islam, national unity, US occupation of Iraq, Arab Christians, Zionist Christianity, inter-religious dialogue and other issues.
Representatives of the Presbyterian Church and members of various Jewish groups in the United States met on September 29 in New York to discuss the decision of the church to boycott Israel and any organization whose annual donations to Israel exceed one million U.S. dollars. The decision, reached...

Pages

Subscribe to