A prominent traditional marriage group is about half way through its 23-city tour to call on Americans to defend the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman.
A Christian legal group representing thousands of Americans opposed to the building of an Islamic mosque near Ground Zero has urged New York City officials to grant landmark status to the current building on the site.Tags Islam
Argentina legalized same-sex marriage Thursday, offering gay couples all the same rights given to their heterosexual counterparts, including adopting children.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) approved a significantly modified version of a Middle East report on Friday that, for the most part, placated both Jews and Palestinians.
A North Carolina pastor is demanding an apology from lawmakers in his state after he was dismissed from his chaplain duties for praying in Jesus’ name.
The American citizen sentenced to eight years in a North Korean labor camp for illegally entering the country attempted to kill himself, North Korea reported on Friday.
Four Christians who were arrested at a large Arab festival in Michigan will have their arraignment hearing on Monday.
To mark the 100-day countdown until a historic world evangelization summit, organizers launched a global chat room in eight languages.
The oldest Jewish human rights organization urged the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) this week to not approve a report focused on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
A mission group on Thursday sued a Florida district school board for banning Bible distribution on public school campuses on Religious Freedom Day.
The head of one of the world’s largest church bodies recently denounced the extrajudicial killings of two lay church ministers in the Philippines.
Italy on Wednesday began its appeal case to keep crucifixes in Italian classrooms despite an earlier European Court of Human Rights’ ruling.
A lawsuit against public funding of embryonic stem cell research was revitalized Friday.
Two legal groups partnered Friday to bring the case of a seven-year-old boy, who was removed from his Christian parents for being homeschooled, to a human rights court.
North Korea on Thursday threatened to impose harsher punishment on an imprisoned American citizen who had illegally entered the country earlier this year.