When the Evangelical Alliance was established in 1846 it sought to work in four primary areas of concern:
- Christian unity
- Human rights, and in particular at that time the abolition of slavery
- World evangelism
- Religious freedom for all
Today we find ourselves with the joyous announcement of a document that fulfills all four of these concerns: Christian unity, human rights, a positive outlook of mission and evangelism, and a major step towards religious freedom – these are all part of the significance of the document, “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct”.
Read the Comments by Dr. Geoff Tunnicliffe here
Read the full report here; Christian Witness in a Multi Religious World