The global church is one in which Christians are both connected to and conscious of other faiths and denominations, says a Georgetown scholar of religion.
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The Korean Peninsula is a divided land, long torn by hostility and enmity. But Christianity is a life-giving religion that can help write a new history even there, says the noted Korean-American church leader.
Even after the worst atrocities, forgiveness is possible, says a South African psychologist and researcher. At its core lies empathy, the turning point where people encounter and recognize each other as human beings.
Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié engages the rich, fascinating and often tragic history of his homeland in his art. He also is trying to help Haitian artists recover from the 2010 earthquake by promoting their work.