By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth Kendal This is an extended posting in two parts. First there is an examination of the 30 May 2007 ruling in Malaysia\'s Federal Court that finally and officially severs Malaysia\'s Muslims from their fundamental and constitutional rig
Head of WEA’s Religious Liberty Commission on Turkey, Europe and the Challenge of Islam - by Maria MJun 7, 2007
Christian Today speaks to Johan Candelin, the head of the World Evangelical Alliance\'s Religious Liberty Commission, on Turkey, Europe and the challenge of Islam. by Maria Mackay Posted: Thursday, June 7, 2007, 13:31 (BST) Font Scale:A A A The recent horrific killings of three Bib
From: Evangelical Fellowship of Asia (EFA) Two Volunteer staff members of the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society, Sinnarasa Shanmugalingam (32) and Karthekesu Chandramohan (26) were abducted and murdered on 1st June 2007. The incident sent shock waves through the entire country. Sinnarasa had worke
Rolf Nikel, of the Office of the German Chancellor, and the head of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), Geoff Tunnicliffe, have concluded a meeting in Berlin on Monday, June 4, by agreeing to meet annually to discuss issues of extreme concern to Christians such as poverty, climate change and
WORLD EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE Press Release June 2, 2007 Christian leaders joined together in Rostock, northern Germany, on Saturday 2 June 2007 to remind G8 leaders of their commitment to the poor and the promises they made to halve extreme poverty by 2015. Geoff Tunnicliffe, head of the World
MICAH CHALLENGE Press Release Saturday June 2, 2007 Rostock, Germany CHRISTIAN LEADERS BLOW THE HALFTIME WHISTLE ON G8
The World Weekend of Prayer for Children at Risk is on June 2nd and 3rd, 2007. This is an opportunity for Christians all around the world to join together and pray for the children who are at risk.
The Pastor who is the principal of the Theological College and two others were asked to come to the Police station regarding a complaint made against them that they have caused destruction to Buddha statues. At the Police station, they were placed under remand custody. The complaint against them was
The British government\'s controversial Sexual Orientation Regulations (SORs) which outlaw discrimination against homosexuals in the provisions of goods and services became law in England, Wales and Scotland on 30 April 2007.
WEA Applauds U.S. Sanctions on Sudan, Urges Multinational Action The International Director of World Evangelical Alliance, Geoff Tunnicliffe, responded to President Bush’s announcement for sanctions on Sudan on Tuesday to help put an end to the conflict in the country’s Darfur r