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All articles & reviews tagged with christian-women

News

January 2020
News > International > Persecution

Global: Christian women facing rising violence

Governments across the world have been urged to do more to protect women, who are the most at-risk group when it comes to religious persecution. According to ADF International, women face kidnapping, slavery, rape and death because of their religious affiliation, and are often presented as easy targets. Speaking on the International Day for…

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Historical

December 2017
Articles > Historical

Anne Askew (1521 – 1546), Protestant martyr

This year marks 500 years since the Reformation began in 1517, when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door at Wittenberg. In this article, Sheila Stephen, visiting lecturer at The Wales Campus, Union School of Theology, writes on a heroic, though largely overlooked, person from the Reformation. Church history isn’t tidy,…

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News

July 2017
News > Conferences

Conference – Cycle of shame

Christian women in the persecuted world have to endure a cycle of shame, attendees at an international conference in Belgium have heard. According to the conference, the church must learn to listen in a radical new way to Christian women who have been driven to silence by persecution and shame, and not leave them…

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