Philip Jenkins charts developments in the Two-Thirds World
Once upon a time—and not long ago—there was another Europe. The religious story of communist Europe, in which Christians suffered horrific persecutions, is forgotten by most Americans today.
Here is my unscientific rule: if Martin Luther treated a biblical book
with disdain, then that book is really popular in
The persistence of a rigorously orthodox Protestant area in the Netherlands must make us rethink our
generalizations about the state of religion
When documentaries explore Christianity, they have little
difficulty finding diverse manifestations of faith and practice. A global survey also reveals a surprising diversity when it comes to the content of the Bible.
Western Christians seem neither to know nor care about the catastrophe that has unfolded before them in the ancient heartlands of their faith.
Philip Jenkins teaches at Baylor University. He is the author of The Great and Holy War and The Many Faces of Christ.
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