Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets. This statement appeared on the Humans of Bombay Facebook page last week along with a picture of a Muslim man. Specifically, how does the gospel of Christ compare and contrast with other world religions? If we believe this gospel, then how should we share it specifically with people of other faiths? Join in on Friday, April 29, 2016, to hear David Platt address the claims of Christ in the gospel and how these claims shape our understanding of religions and cults in the world. A multiplicity of religions exists in the world, all claiming to hold the truth (or at least some truth) about who we are, how we got here, what we’re doing, and where we’re going. So how are we to think and what are we to do in this massive marketplace of religious ideas? This entry was posted in Mission Spotlight and tagged Engage in Mission, Secret Church on April 7, 2016 by Pat Przystup. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
In the Netherlands, the secret churches or ‘schuilkerken’ came about as a result of political and religious change within the Low Countries.  First there was the Protestant Reformation when Christian attitudes and beliefs began to shift. The resulting clandestine churches, including Our Lord in the Attic, were hidden from view behind the facades of private residences and canal houses. By the 19th century, Amsterdam was again a more open and tolerant society allowing people of differing faiths to worship freely. Formerly known as Het Hart, Our Lord in the Attic was built in the 17th century home of wealthy merchant Jan Hartman and remained in use as a parish church for over 200 years.


In 1888, the hidden church was officially opened to the public as a museum and is credited with being the second oldest museum in Amsterdam (Het Rijksmuseum is the oldest). Visitors to the hidden church museum are allowed to wander through the house, climbing several flights of antiquated stairs to reach the various levels and ultimately the church. You’re able to visit the private rooms of the Hartman family, decorated with original artwork and period furnishings.
You’re also able to visit the other areas of the church including the confessional and clergy bedroom. Museum Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder is located at Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40 in the heart of Amsterdam’s historical Red Light District. Learn how to live as faithful ministers of the gospel surrounded by people of various belief systems. I’m heading back to Amsterdam later this year (of course) and I think this will be fun for me. This Year's Topic A multiplicity of religions exists in the world, all claiming to hold the truth (or at least some truth) about who we are, how we got here, what we’re doing, and where we’re going.
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During this Secret Church, we will explore the claims of Christ in the gospel and consider how these claims inform the way we understand religions in the world and impact the way we live when surrounded by varied believers with diverse belief systems. During this Secret Church, we will explore the claims of Christ in the gospel and consider how these claims inform the way we understand religions and cults in the world and impact the way we live when surrounded by varied believers with diverse belief systems.


These small groups of Christ-followers often meet for many hours in study, prayer, and fellowship. In some places it may even be dangerous to gather as a church to worship, pray, and study the Word. But if you desire to know God more deeply through His Word and know His church more fully around the world, then please join us for Secret Church. Our prayer is that God will use this focused time of study and prayer to enrich our knowledge of His Word. We pray that we also would gain understanding of the state of His church and our brothers and sisters around the world who face many difficulties—and even persecution—as they follow Christ. The objective of Secret Church is not just to come and learn for one night, but also to take what we’ve learned and pass it along to others. We also want to recognize the great need to pray and come alongside our brothers and sisters who live in places around the world where there is little to no gospel witness or where the gospel is met with resistance.
We want to use what we’ve learned during this gathering to make disciples of Christ—both locally and globally.




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