Religion’s In Today’s World – Mutual Understanding Or Conflict (Following the views of Fritjof Schuon and Samuel Huntington, on the mutual understanding or clash between religions)

By Dr. Masood Ahmadi Afzadi,

Dr. Razie Moafi

INTRODUCTION

In the modern world, the situation related to the rapid increase in the number of beliefs is considered a major problem. This fact, in symbiosis with the peculiar contradictions outwardly apparent regarding the nature of faith,…

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Pakistan’s Struggle with Religious Freedom: The Case of the Ahmadiyya Community

In recent years, Pakistan has grappled with numerous challenges concerning religious freedom, particularly regarding the Ahmadiyya community. This issue has once again come to the forefront following a recent decision by the Pakistan Supreme Court defending the right to free expression of…

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Christianity is very inconvenient | -europeantimes.news-

By Natalya Trauberg (interview given in the fall of 2008 given to Elena Borisova and Darja Litvak), <a href=”http://expert.ru/expert/2009/19/hristianstvo_eto_neudobno/”>Expert No. 19(657), May 18, 2009</a>

To be a Christian means to give up oneself in favor of one’s neighbor. This has…

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Alexandrian Holy Synod deposed the new Russian exarch in Africa

On February 16, at the meeting in the ancient monastery “St. George” in Cairo the H. Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria decided to depose Bishop Constantine (Ostrovsky) of Zaraysk from the Russian Orthodox Church.

On October 11 last year, he was appointed acting “Patriarchal…

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Greece became the first Orthodox country to approve same-sex marriage

The country’s parliament approved a bill allowing civil marriages between people of the same sex, which was applauded by supporters of the rights of the LGBT community, Reuters reported.

Representatives of both supporters and opponents of the legalization of civil marriage between…

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An Exarchate of the Ecumenical Patriarchate was registered in Lithuania

On February 8, the Ministry of Justice of Lithuania registered a new religious structure – an exarchate, which will be subordinated to the Patriarchate of Constantinople. Thus, two Orthodox churches will be officially recognized in the country: one belonging to the Ecumenical Patriarchate…

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A founding meeting and a round table for the unification of Ukrainian Orthodoxy held in Kyiv

By Hristianstvo.bg

In “St. Sofia of Kiev” the Constituent Assembly of the public organization “Sofia Brotherhood” was held. The participants of the meeting elected the chairman of Archpriest Alexander Kolb and members of the Board of Directors of the brotherhood. The event was held…

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Collaborative Efforts of Indigenous and Christian Communities Promote Conservation of Sacred Forests in India

By Geoffrey Peters 

In the heart of one of India’s ancient and most highly esteemed sacred forests, individuals from indigenous communities have joined forces with Christians to advocate for the preservation of what they consider to be priceless and holy woodland areas.

Named…

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Another Byzantine church in Istanbul becomes a mosque

Almost four years after Hagia Sophia was converted into a mosque, another iconic Byzantine temple in Constantinople will begin functioning as a mosque. This is the famous Hora Monastery, which has been a museum for seventy-nine years.

As reported by the pro-government Yeni Şafak newspaper,…

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The Ukrainian Church removed Prince Alexander Nevsky from its calendar

The Synod of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine decided to remove from the church calendar the day of the memory of the holy Prince Alexander Nevsky, according to the website of the Synod of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

“On February 2, 2024, the regular meeting of the Holy Synod of the…

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Christians in the Army | -europeantimes.news-

Fr. John Bourdin

After the remark that Christ did not leave the parable “of resisting evil with force,” I began to be persuaded that in Christianity there were no soldier-martyrs executed for refusing to kill or take up arms.

I think this myth arose with the advent of the imperial…

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