Luiza Oleszczuk

Christian Post Reporter

Christians Weigh Presidential Options as Egyptians Head to the Polls

As Egypt's first democratic presidential elections get underway Wednesday, the choices have narrowed down primarily to Islamists and politicians once linked to former President Hosni Mubarak. If an Islamist president is elected in light of the mostly-Islamist parliament, religious freedom and the safety of the Christian community would be put in jeopardy, experts argue.

Christians, UN Share Same Goals in Serving World's Poor, Says WEA UN Rep

The World Evangelical Alliance's (WEA) representative to the United Nations suggests that Christians and the global agency share similar goals of making the world a better place by working to eradicate hunger, poverty and diseases, and that the wold's poor and most vulnerable could be better served if more Christians support the U.N. in its work.

Argentina Makes Sex-Change Surgery a Legal Right; Passes Euthanasia-Leaning Law

Argentina has made history by becoming the first country in the world to make sex-change operations a legal right of every citizen, mandating that public and private insurance providers cover such surgeries. The new legislation, backed by President Cristina Fernandez, who is expected to sign it, will also make it legal for a person to change his or her gender without a sex-change operation.

Crystal Cathedral to Host a Pro-Life Event

Crystal Cathedral Ministries, made famous through its televised sermon, "The Hour of Power," will host a pro-life event Thursday night featuring several prominent pro-life advocates, including CEO and founder of a California-based network of parental health consultation clinics.