Earliest Christian Mission in Scandinavia

A large Viking manor has been found near the ancient town of Birka in Lake Mälaren.

1.20.2017

CHR Comment: Birka was the location of the earliest church (AD 831), a site from which further mission work spread. The community also traded with Byzantine Christians.

Source: Spectacular Viking manor discovered near Birka – The Local

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Jesus, Gentrification, and the Hypocrisy of “Diversity”: An Interview with D.L. Mayfield

An interview with the author of “Assimilate or Go Home: Notes from a Failed Missionary on Rediscovering Faith”

CHR Comment: An interesting dialogue about Roman Catholic and Protestant views of mission work today.

Source: Jesus, Gentrification, and the Hypocrisy of “Diversity”: An Interview with D.L. Mayfield | Religion Dispatches