A major Pentecostal denomination released a paper Tuesday stating the churchs position on the apostolic movement that included a warning on false prophets.
Churches worldwide joined in green activities Sunday, ahead of this weeks official Earth Day, engaging in everything ranging from teaching children to recycle to turning off unneeded electricity in the church building.
Nearly two dozen U.S. church and church-related organizations are pressing for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict at a conference beginning on Sunday.
As Pope Benedict XVI continues with his highly publicized visit to the United States, some may wonder what the major differences are between Catholicism and Protestantism the two main Christian bodies in the world.
Christian leaders from around the world discussed the issue of migration, its effect on the church, and how the church should respond to migrants this week during a conference held in Lebanon.
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter was told by U.S. officials and Israel that his plan to meet the top leader of Hamas, a group both countries consider a terrorist, is a bad idea.
Some 1,000 Dalit Christians reconverted to Hinduism on Monday in a southern district in India on the 117th anniversary of the birth of Bhimrao Ambedkar, a Dalit leader who fought for social freedom for Indias untouchables.
Zimbabwes high court ruled Monday against forcing the countrys electoral commission to release the long-overdue results of the March 29 presidential election.
Leading Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama promised to 'usher' the passage of a non-discriminatory employment bill benefiting homosexuals if he was elected president, he said in a recent interview with a well-known gay magazine.
The president of Southern Sudan recently reaffirmed with an international ecumenical delegation that his government remains willing to work closely with churches.
Islamic extremism and local governments closed more than 100 churches in Indonesia within three years, according to a persecution watchdog agency.
Tensions heightened in Zimbabwe Friday as citizens nervously awaited the final results of the presidential election amid a march by hundreds of pro-Mugabe veterans.
A Chinese court ruled Thursday that the writings and comments of one of the most prominent human rights activists in China amounted to inciting subversion, his lawyer said.
A fifth day rolled by Thursday with no official results on Zimbabwes presidential election, although the frustrated opposition party declared itself the victor the day before.
The International Olympic Committee told Beijing organizers Tuesday that the Internet must be open during the Games.
Nearly 20,000 people gathered to join American Pastor Rick Warren and Rwandan President Paul Kagame to launch the first national 40 Days of Purpose campaign in Rwanda Sunday.
Zimbabweans continued to wait Tuesday for the official results of its presidential election as concerns rose worldwide over the delay.
Dozens of prominent evangelical leaders recently endorsed a statement declaring a fact that many Christians already hold to be true – that Jewish people need the Gospel and Jesus Christ to receive eternal life.
A new web-based ministry is urging Christians to adopt a terrorist and pray for them as Jesus Christ had instructed his disciples to love and pray for their enemies.
An institution set up to train students to fight abortion and low birth rates recently opened in South Korea, becoming the first bioethics graduate school in Asia.
Christianity has long been stereotyped as a Western, white mans religion, but a prominent theologian stated Thursday that that image will soon drastically change.
Some of the most popular stories in the Bible were recently re-written by a British Anglican vicar, including the story of Goliath, who in the retelling is a celebrity binge drinker.
Churches in Zimbabwe are mobilizing Christians to turn out to vote Saturday for the highly anticipated presidential election that could overthrow President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the nation with an iron fist for nearly three decades.
A group of Tibetan monks shouted in tears over the lack of religious freedom in their nation as foreign reporters passed by on an official tour of Tibets capital Wednesday.
An ecumenical team of church representatives began their solidarity visit to churches and ecumenical organizations in war-ravaged Sudan on Wednesday.