Philip Jenkins is professor of history at Baylor University's Institute for Studies of Religion and author of Laying Down the Sword.
Any account of Asian Christianity must deal with minority peoples. One large and diverse region has more than 100 million people—many of them Christian.
As we remember the Reformation over the next couple of years, we should also recall its global context.
In religious terms, the emerging South Africa looks at once thoroughly African and surprisingly European.
Alec Reid’s heroic story sounds as if it comes from a Catholic suspense novel. But it really did happen—in Belfast in 1988.
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