Christianity http://kuow.org en Kenneth Bae Convicted For Christian Mission To North Korea http://kuow.org/post/kenneth-bae-convicted-christian-mission-north-korea <p>North Korea said through its government news agency Friday that Kenneth Bae of Lynnwood, Wash., used his tour company as a front to bring a Christian mission within its borders. Bae was arrested in North Korea in November 2012 and was sentenced last week to 15 years of hard labor on charges of subverting the North Korean government. Fri, 10 May 2013 22:00:08 +0000 Phyllis Fletcher & Lisa Brooks 12882 at http://kuow.org Kenneth Bae Convicted For Christian Mission To North Korea The Changing Face Of American Christianity http://kuow.org/post/changing-face-american-christianity <p>Religion is changing. In recent years we’ve seen the rise of evangelical and nondenominational churches, and the Internet has turned charismatic religious leaders into celebrities as famous and revered as rock stars. Among them is Pastor <a href="http://www.robbell.com/">Rob Bell</a>, who has captured the attention of millions with his hip look, presentation and inclusive teachings. Some Evangelical Christians consider him “dangerous,” but Time Magazine voted him one of "2011’s Most Influential People." Who is Rob Bell and what does his ministry say about the future of the evangelical and Christian church? We talk with the University of Washington's <a href="http://faculty.washington.edu/jwellman/About.html">James Wellman</a> about "Rob Bell and a New American Christianity."</p><p> Tue, 15 Jan 2013 17:00:00 +0000 Steve Scher 6570 at http://kuow.org The Changing Face Of American Christianity