Issues of justice need to be addressed in order to have successful peace and reconciliation initiatives for the Korean peninsula, contended the head of the global Reformed Church body this week.
After four days of meeting at the Ecumenical Center, Christian and Muslim leaders issued a statement Thursday announcing their intention to form a joint anti-crisis response working group.
Christian and Muslim leaders are gathered in Geneva for a high-level interfaith dialogue on how to build strong and sustainable relationships between the two groups and how the religious communities can use their resources to transform their communities.
Well-known U.S. Christian leaders met with President Obama Monday to press him to take a stronger stance on poverty and hunger.
A U.S. government body in charge of monitoring religious freedom in the world is urging the Obama administration to demand Iran that release a Christian pastor who is facing possible execution for apostasy.
Police said one student fatally shot the other student at Mid-Atlantic Christian University in Elizabeth City, N.C., some time before 1 p.m. on Sunday.
An estimated 100 million people worldwide are expected to pray for peace in Jerusalem on Sunday. The event is the largest Israel-focused prayer event in history.
The controversial Park51 project may end up being constructed significantly farther away from the former World Trade Center site than originally planned.
In a narrow vote, the Texas State Board of Education on Friday approved a controversial resolution that calls for the rejection of textbooks that are "pro-Islamic, anti-Christian."
Social conservatives expressed mild approval of the Republican Party's new "Pledge to America," an economics-heavy document – with some abortion commitments – that lay out what Republicans would do if they take Congress back.
For some people, leaving their religion means more than taking a spiritual risk. They could be risking their physical health as well, according to one recent study.
A nationwide prayer campaign for peace was launched Tuesday ahead of Sudan's upcoming referendum in January, when the South is expected to vote for independence from the North.
The Texas State Board of Education is scheduled to consider a resolution Friday that would ban "pro-Islamic, anti-Christian" textbooks.
Muslim leaders, including some representing large organizations, issued a statement Monday calling for a week of dialogue next month on the divisive Park51 project.
Members of the Indonesian church where two leaders were recently attacked held Sunday service inside their boarded-up building despite police efforts to stop them.
Parents and members of a local church in Roswell, N.M., were visibly upset during a Roswell School Board meeting where attendees discussed the recent suspensions over Krispy Kreme donuts with Bible verses.
Seven Christian Iranians were accused of cooperating with two foreigners who were supported by "Christian-Zionist organizations," according to a report on a state news program
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton insisted Wednesday that the leaders of the State of Israel and the Palestinian Authority were "serious" about a peace deal, despite no visible evidence that the closed-door negotiations were going well.
The proposed site for the Islamic center and mosque near the former World Trade Center is not sacred, says the Muslim cleric who envisioned the project.
Four American health volunteers from a California church were released on bail Monday after being arrested and jailed for treating AIDS patients without proper medical paperwork.
As many as 40,000 people gathered near New York City's Ground Zero Saturday to protest the planned Islamic center and mosque two blocks away.
A South Korean pastor was indicted Thursday on the charge of violating South Korea's National Security Law after returning from an unauthorized trip to North Korea.
A U.S. Muslim group decided to help Pakistani flood victims through a Christian humanitarian aid agency, the latter group reported Tuesday.
An evangelical megachurch in the former Soviet Union state of Azerbaijan has been kept from meeting for worship since January because of a string of bureaucratic obstacles.
The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan said Monday that a Florida church's plan to burn Qurans on Sept. 11 could be detrimental to American troops overseas.