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A Christian Response to the Humanitarian Crisis in the Mediterranean

Apr 23, 2015

The capsizing of a boat carrying an estimated 850 desperate men, women and children from Libya to the shores of Southern Europe has once again put the dangerous human migration route across the Mediterranean into the public spotlight. Only 28 lives were rescued.

IIRF Publishes Report on the Discrimination of Armenians in Turkey Today

Apr 23, 2015

In its newest IIRF report, the director of the International Institute for Religious Freedom Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher describes the present day discrimination of Armenians in Turkey today. Schirrmacher: “Turkey does not only deny the genocide among the Armenians or the fact that we again ar

100 Years of Genocide: 10 Reasons Why the Turkish Government Is Mistaken

Apr 23, 2015

The Turkish government always gives new, different, and sometimes conflicting reasons why the genocide of the Armenians, the Syro-Arameans, and Pontic Greeks was not really genocide. The four most important are (A. through D.): A. There was a lack of intention and planning: most of the Armenians who

Celebrate Earth Day 2015: Christ's Resurrection Reconciles All of Creation

Apr 22, 2015

Today people around the world celebrate Earth Day. For Christians, however, I consider the last day of Holy Week, that is Resurrection Sunday, to be our “earth day.” Why? Because as Paul tells us in Colossians 1:15-20 the day Christ burst from the tomb alive is the day God’s love, grace, and power

WEA Ambassador of Human Rights Informs European Leaders on Religious Nationalism

Apr 20, 2015

Since the terror attacks in Paris at the beginning of the year, themes such as the relation of foundational democratic values with religions, as well as religious fundamentalism and violence, have increasingly moved into the center of public discussion. In the framework of a public discussion in Bru

Interfaith Imperative Focuses on Ending Extreme Poverty; Church Asked to Understand God Loves the Whole World

Apr 17, 2015

An interfaith imperative that brings together over 30 leaders from major world religions, including the World Evangelical Alliance, has launched a call to action to end extreme poverty by 2030 and tackle issues such as climate change. "What does it mean for the Church to understand that God loves al

WEA North American Council Welcomes Johnnie Moore as New Council Member

Apr 16, 2015

Mr. Johnnie Moore who is known as executive producer, faith leader, author and speaker has recently joined the North American Council (NAC) of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). Mr. Moore has been called one of the most influential young leaders in the world today, and he is numbered among Americ

WEA participates in ‘Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass’ Event: “There Is No Peace about Nuclear Weapons”

Apr 13, 2015

On April 9, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) joined in a public panel discussion at the United Nations headquarters on ‘Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass.’ The event, co-sponsored by the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See and the Global Security Institute, surveyed moral perspectives

WEA, Global Faith Leaders and World Bank Issue Call and Commitment to End Extreme Poverty by 2030

Apr 8, 2015

The World Evangelical Alliance along with over 30 leaders from major world religions and heads of global faith-based organizations today launched a clarion call to action to end extreme poverty by 2030, a goal shared by the World Bank Group.

Let’s Eradicate Terrorism in Response to Killing of Christian Students in Kenya - Statement from the WEA RLC

Apr 4, 2015

We condemn the cowardly, senseless, inhuman, targeted killing of innocent Christian students at Kenya’s Garissa University College by masked gunmen from the Al-Shabaab terror group this week. But let’s not stop there, and see this attack as the last straw. We were at a loss of words as we heard the