Pakistan's Ministry for Religious Minorities survived the recent Cabinet reduction, with its representative reappointed Friday to be a member of President Asif Ali Zardari's Cabinet.
The trial of an Afghan man who is facing execution for converting to Christianity is illegal and must be stopped, said the religious liberty representative of the world's largest evangelical body.
A federal judge that oversees central Illinois threw out an atheist's lawsuit that demanded the return of a $20,000 state grant used towards restoring a giant 111-foot cross.
More than 99 percent of Southern Sudanese voted to secede from the north, a referendum official said Sunday in the first official preliminary result announcement.
Amid intensifying civil unrest and government crackdown in Egypt, two Christian groups in the United Kingdom plan to hold an interdenominational day of prayer for believers in the north African country.
Highly coveted football star, Ray Drew, Jr., announced Friday his decision to commit to the Georgia Bulldogs.
President Obama was called out by a conservative group for not strengthening the traditional family even though he spoke about the importance of parents in a child’s educational success in his second State of the Union address on Tuesday evening.
More than 680 young people from different religions applied for the Tony Blair Faith Foundation's Faiths Act Fellowship this year, the Foundation reported.Tags Interfaith
Several church leaders and heads of faith-based organizations applauded the recent White House decision to ease travel restrictions between the United States and Cuba for religious, educational and cultural exchanges.
Survivors of Sri Lanka's massive flood from heavy monsoon rains last week protested at a government office in the eastern part of the country on Monday over slow food aid.
President Obama plans to raise human rights issue with his Chinese counterpart President Hu Jintao during his U.S. visit next week, according to senior administration officials.
Gunmen suspected to be members of a radical Muslim sect drove by a church in northern Nigeria Sunday evening and killed the policeman standing guard outside, a police spokesman said Monday.
The World Council of Churches, which represents more than 560 million Christians, condemned Saturday the New Year's Day bombing of a Coptic church that killed at least 21 people and wounded 97.
Egypt is considering changing its policy on the construction of new churches by making all houses of worship equal in the eyes of the law.
The death toll for the Christmas Eve bombings in central Nigeria and the Christian-Muslim clash that ensued has risen to at least 80 people, and is expected to continue to increase.