A Christian man has been sentenced to five years in prison for sharing his faith with his neighbor. According to International Christian Concern, Siagh Krimo was given the sentence last week in Djamel District, Oran, Algeria.
World leaders convening at the G8 summit in France have released a joint statement calling for Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi to step down immediately from power.
An atheist has converted to following Jesus after his mock prayer for his mother to win $1m on the New York Lottery was answered.
General Ratko Mladic, arrested Thursday for overseeing the most appalling atrocities in Europe since the Second World War, is known to many as the “Butcher of Bosnia”. However, he astonishingly preferred to be called “God”.
Disney has announced that “The Lion King”, one of its most popular animation movies of all time, will be re-released in 3D later this year for a limited special run.
General Ratko Mladic has appeared before Serbia’s war crimes court in Belgrade following his arrest earlier on Thursday.
A mother, whose son sacrificed his own life to save his wife as their house was hit by the powerful Joplin tornado, has asked God, “Why him?”
Investigators looking into the circumstances of the death of a young man from Florida are suspecting Harold Camping’s rapture prediction and the publicity generated by the Family Radio man’s followers may have pushed him over the edge.
Four Muslim men have been jailed in London, England for a horrific attack on a teacher because they did not like him teaching religious education to Muslim girls at his school.
The South Korean government has reportedly expressed its anger towards the National Council of Churches in Korea (NCCK) for violating legal restrictions in place to govern exchanges between North and South Korea.
Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb Army commander, has been found and arrested in Serbia after a decade in hiding. Mladic has been wanted for the massacre of 7,500 men and boys in 1995.
Elizabeth Smart has said the life sentence given to Brian David Mitchell Wednesday marks the beginning of a new “beautiful chapter” in her life. Mitchell, a former homeless street preacher was sentenced to life in prison for abducting, raping and keeping a 14-year-old Smart captive for nine months in 2002.
The military regime in Egypt has attempted to ease interfaith relations by ordering the restorations of an Egyptian church destroyed by Islamist extremists earlier this month.
Brian David Mitchell was sentenced to life imprisonment today for the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart from her Utah bedroom nearly nine years ago and then raping her during nine months of captivity.
The Brazilian President has banned the distribution and production of "Anti-Homophobia Kits" containing sex education films with gay and lesbian video scenes.
President Obama has announced that now is the time for the US and Europe to lead the world, in a speech at the British Parliament during the second day of his UK state visit.
President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron, have held a news conference in London Wednesday. The following is the text of that conference as provided by the White House.
Elizabeth Smart will speak at the sentencing hearing of former street preacher, David Mitchell today, nearly nine years after she was kidnapped, raped and taken captive by him.
Christine Lagarde, France’s Finance Minister, has formally launched her campaign to become the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Wednesday. If successful Lagarde, 55, would be the first woman to run the fund since the global financial institution was founded in 1946.
Nearly 1,000 Christian delegates have asked God for forgiveness for Christianity's history of being involved in violence, racism and discrimination, and have pledged to refocus efforts for global peace.
The producer of hit CBS show “Survivor” has signed up for a new 10-hour series simply titled “The Bible.” The series will cover biblical favorites such as Genesis, Noah’s Ark, Exodus, Daniel in the lion’s den, and of course the life, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Evangelical and conservative members of the Church of Scotland have expressed deep concerns as the church controversially voted at its General Assembly to allow gay ministers as it lifted a ban imposed in 2009.
The Church of Scotland has been warned it risks losing entire congregations if it approves the appointment of gay clergy, as it prepares to discuss the issue at its General Assembly this week.
Violence broke out at a same-sex marriage rally this weekend in Brisbane, Australia, as a Christian group preached near the march. The "Equal Love" event clashed with a small group of evangelicals
Republican presidential hopeful and Catholic convert Newt Gingrich has labeled President Obama’s Israeli-Palestinian policy a “disaster” during Sunday’s CBS program “Face the Nation.”