Camille's editorial of March 28, 2022: The candidates facing Jesus

On the occasion of the presidential elections, the magazine Mission decided to approach the candidates to question them on their perception of Jesus. Nine of them agreed to answer this original question, to say the least.

InfoChrétienne invites you to discover excerpts from their confidences.

An unprecedented and definitively missionary approach which makes it possible to carry a Christian word in the public space and to put Jesus in the middle of the newsstands of France!

After the presidential elections in France, it is to the Supreme Court that the religious question is invited.

After several months of deliberation, the Supreme Court of the United States allowed the request of John Henry Ramirez, a Texas death row inmate who wanted his pastor to be present during his execution to lay hands on him and pray aloud.

She also invites herself to Pakistan where a Christian was decorated for bravery posthumously. The Pakistani government has awarded the Sitara-e-Shujaat award, one of its highest civilian honours, to former Catholic slave Iqbal Masih who was murdered nearly 30 years ago for campaigning against child exploitation.

Finally, don't miss the closing live of the Month of the Bible which will take place on Thursday March 31 from 20 p.m. to 22:30 p.m.. It will be broadcast on the YouTube channel of the French Bible Alliance and on the Facebook page of the various partners, including InfoChrétienne.

The theme of this edition “When the Bible inspires artists” is an opportunity to question the influence that this thousand-year-old text could (and still can) exert on the cultural level. Several artists, including Meak and Benjamin Pouzin of Glorious, will be present.

Camille Westphal Perrier

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