The Straits Times (Singapore) cited the book “Global Pentecostalism” by Donald Miller of the USC College and colleague Tetsunao Yamamori, who spent four years visiting churches in 20 countries. (available via subscription only)
CRCC in the NewsSingapore newspaper quotes Don Miller’s book
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Sonia Tinoco García: Responding to Muslim Asylum Seekers at the US-Mexico Border
This article was originally published on New Lines Magazine, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. It’s late afternoon in Tijuana, and the air is hot and thick. Hamza — ...
Marguerite Brankitse: Forgiveness Is Key to Overcoming Genocide
This article was originally published on National Catholic Reporter, with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. This year marks 30 years since violence exploded between Hutu and Tutsi ethnic groups ...
Andreas Kornevall: Swedish Ecologist Revives Old Norse Myths and Rituals to Tackle Environmental Crises
This article was originally published on Religion Unplugged with the support of CRCC’s global project on engaged spirituality. BRIGHTON, England — According to Norse mythology, the world is an immense tree. Known as Yggdrasil, this ...
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