Riots in the weeks following last month’s presidential election killed at least 800 people, according to an international human rights group.
Billy Graham has returned to his home in Montreat, N.C., after being treated for pneumonia at a hospital. Graham thanked staff at Mission Hospital for their care after being released Sunday.
Voters in the Swiss city of Zurich have voted overwhelmingly against proposals to ban assisted suicide and so-called “suicide tourism” in a referendum on Sunday.
Malaysian Premier Najib Razak moved to defuse tensions between Christians and Muslims by meeting with Christian leaders on Thursday.
An anchor for one of Canada’s leading sports broadcasters was fired after tweeting in support of traditional marriage.
After violent clashes in Cairo that left at least four Christians dead and churches ablaze, a human rights organization is warning of a “grave future” for Egypt’s Christians unless the government takes immediate action.
The "pastor of presidents" and world renowned evangelist Billy Graham was admitted to the hospital Wednesday morning for pneumonia and pulmonary treatment.
After years of vile tirades outside the funerals of fallen soldiers and other uncalled for pickets, Americans are getting their own back on some of the nation’s most disliked people.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has become the fourth Protestant denomination in the U.S. to allow the ordination of gay and lesbian clergy. It follows a majority vote by the 173 presbyteries (district governing bodies) on Tuesday to change the body’s constitution
A church near Dublin, Ireland, was left red faced this week after an announcement for a Mass dedicated to Osama bin Laden was mistakenly sent out in its parish newsletter.
The government is investigating claims that Malaysian Christians plotted to make Christianity the country's official religion. The accusation was made on two blogs which were then quoted in a front page story
There have been calls for the Nigerian government to intervene after 17 Christians were killed last week in an attack by Muslims. Muslims went on the rampage in the village of Kurum, Bauchi State
Two churches were set ablaze and at least 12 people killed in clashes between Coptic Christians and Muslims in Cairo over the weekend. Pitched street battles broke out across the impoverished neighborhood of Imbaba
Muslim hardliners are forcing Christians to join in protests against President Bashir Assad, or else leave the country.
E.T. singer Katy Perry opens up - again - about her strict evangelical parents and how she's "open to possibility."
Martin Sheen says his new film is all about the brokenness of people and their journey to find healing and that "moment of clarity"
Times Square Church and Teen Challenge founder the Rev. David Wilkerson was laid to rest at a private funeral on Monday. He died last week in a car accident.
Barnabas Fund is appealing to the United Nations to intervene after India refused to grant refuge to six Afghan converts.
A Christian convert from Islam has been murdered by a group of Islamic radicals in Somalia.
A satellite channel that broadcasts Christian programs across the Middle East region suspects Libya is responsible for jamming its channels.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom criticized on Tuesday the decision of an Egyptian state security court to acquit two men charged with the murder of six Coptic Christians.