Author: Mojzes and Daugherty
Dr. Paul Mojzes, born in Yugoslavia, is professor of religious studies at Rosemont College in Pennsylvania. Dr. Mojzes is interviewed about the Yugoslavian conflict. He talks about the ethno-religious aspects of the war ('a religious war fought by irreligious people'); the suffering and hatred; the hopelessness and futility; the involvement of women; the needed involvement of the international community; the hope provided by the United Methodist Church through UMCOR and the inclusive...
Conventional religious expression is in decline in Europe, yet a hunger for personal spirituality is growing. This wide-ranging video looks at this paradox. Churches in many countries are discovering that activities and programs such as retreats and counseling centers are drawing the interest of people searching for spiritual meaning. Despite an increase in secularism and less interest in the church as an institution, Europeans are finding new ways to connect with the religious tradition...
Since the late 1950's, tens of thousands of young people from all over the world have journeyed to a unique ecumenical community in a small village in eastern France. Now, the Taize' Community is profiled in an award-winning program aired on PBS. Shot on-location in France, presents a glimpse of the 80 men, from different cultures and different Christian traditions, who comprise the ecumenical community of Taize, founded in 1940.