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British Protestant Missions, Europe and ”imaginary colonialism”

"This ( excellent!) 2021 book is the first account of British Protestant conversion initiatives directed towards continental Europe between 1600 and 1900. Continental Europe was considered a missionary land—another periphery of the world, whose centre was imperial Britain. British missions to Europe were informed by religious experiments in America, Africa, and Asia, rendering these...

Publié il y a 19 jours dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

British Evangelicals, German Pietists & Revival in Hungary

This article demonstrates how British evangelicals, German pietists, and Hungarian Protestants sought to ‘educate’ the masses outside the educational framework of ecclesiastical and state structures within the Hungarian Kingdom in the nineteenth century. More specifically the study intends to offer a concise overview of the history of Protestants who spread the gospel through the...

Publié le 13/05/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

France: at least flowers are not locked down

Visiting the French Protestant Historical Society (SHPF), rue des Saints Pères, Paris, on the day French Prime Minister announced a third lock-down.

Publié le 18/03/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

France: christians unite against increased State control

Major representatives of the three branches of French Christianity, Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox speak out in a column published in the daily Le Figaro yesterday. They warn about the current "separatism bill" and the threat of an increased State control over churches and religions. For them, freedom is at stake. Link.

Publié le 11/03/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

A major book about the main French reformed church (ERF)

This is the first work devoted to the history of the Reformed Church of France, from its rebirth in the 20th century on the ashes of the Concordant Church to the union between the Reformed and Lutherans in 2013. This Reformed Church embodies a particular presence in the world, carried by a strong identity. A must-read book édited by a prestigious publishing house, which hopefully may be...

Publié le 11/02/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

French Baptist Bicentenary

Did you know that there were Baptist churches in France before Baptist churches started in Texas ? Baptist beginnings trace back to 1820, with several Believer's baptisms in Nomain (North of France). One year after (1821), the first French Baptist congregation started in Aix, a very small village near Nomain. Due to the current pandemia, French Baptists could not really mark this 200th...

Publié le 14/01/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

French Evangelicals celebrate 10 years of CNEF

Do you know the CNEF ? In French, it is Conseil National des Evangéliques de France (National Council of French Evangelicals). Created 10 years ago after merging previous French Evangelical networks, this body represents at least 60% of the One Million French Evangelicals. It just celebrated its 10th Anniversary last tuesday. From all France, more than 500 connected and registered....

Publié le 17/12/2020 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

THe French weekly Réforme has got a new director

Founded in 1945, Réforme is the main French protestant weekly. Notoriously very close to the French Presbyterian identity, rooted in the Huguenot past, Réforme has regularly struggled to widen its horizon. Widen, enlarge, why ? Why ? Because a weekly without new readers has no much future. Réforme 's main concern is the medium age of its readers: close to the retirement age-limit....

Publié le 10/12/2020 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Sunday schools movement in France: read Anne Ruolt

Sunday schools were first set up in the 18th century in Protestant England to provide education to working children. Since then, the movement spread worldwide. Some very insightful researches have been conducted. For England, let's mention Stephen Orchard, John H. Y. Briggs, The Sunday School Movement : Studies in the Growth and Decline of Sunday Schools , Londres, Paternoster,...

Publié le 08/10/2020 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

White Catholics for Trump (2020)

According to the 2020 French media, it seems that Trump's religious support only comes from White Evangelicals. That's wrong. While it is not deniable that US white Evangelicals remain Trump's strongest religious ally (with an approval rate around 75%), let's not forget that a strong majority of US White Catholics do support Donald Trump too. According to the last research released by the...

Publié le 24/09/2020 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

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