The Islamist government of Sudan has been accused of taking up again the process of systematically killing the people of the Nuba Mountains, a region in the south of the country that is 30 percent Christian -- and the U.S. government is being called on to intervene.
Will Christians in Syria -- which has thus far been a relatively safe haven for religious minorities amid recent turmoil in the Middle East -- be persecuted by Muslim extremists and forced to migrate after the fall of President Bashar Assad, as was the case with Iraqi Christians after the fall of Saddam Hussein?
The popular and controversial book about sex and relationships penned by Seattle megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll has one critic claiming there is a new craze for "sex talk" in the church, while the pastor's followers seem excited that Mars Hill manages to promote a biblical approach to sex among secular audiences.
A New York imam has declared that he will start a campaign on April 22 to make the April 26 birthday of the prophet Mohammad a national holiday celebrated by Muslims and people of other faiths.
Three family members of Crystal Cathedral's founder the Rev. Robert H. Schuller, including the executive producer of the "Hour of Power," were fired by a vote of the ministry's board last week, it emerged Tuesday. In addition, ministry leaders are considering putting the ailing "Hour of Power" into reruns.
The popular Spanish-language ministry lead by charismatic Argentinean pastor Dante Gebel is moving out of the Crystal Cathedral building in April, the church announced in a statement published on Gebel's Facebook page Monday.
Did the Maya believe the world would end in December 2012? That is the question the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (known as Penn Museum) in Philadelphia has taken to exploring in its newest exhibition opening in May.
More women could come forward amid allegations that Joseph Walker III, head pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn., and five other church members subjected women to sexual exploitation for at least a decade.
A Christian undocumented immigrant from Indonesia facing deportation has been provided protection from a New Jersey church as his application for asylum remains in limbo and he fears persecution from Muslim extremists in his native homeland.
In the world of diverse and often vulgarity-filled media, "Bible Islands," a Bible-based virtual world for children, is a safe haven, Gil Ilutowich, president of the company behind the venture told The Christian Post.
Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull of Montana admitted Wednesday to sending a racially-charged email about President Barack Obama. The judge acknowledged that the content of the email was racist, but said he does not consider himself a racist.
Four women have accused popular Nashville pastor Bishop Joseph Walker III of Mount Zion Baptist Church and five other church leaders of sexual misconduct and violating their trust over the past 10 years, it emerged earlier this week. The women allege contact with Walker led to sexual assault, and in one case, a forced abortion.
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, spiritual head of the global Anglican Communion, voiced support Tuesday for the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in a call for nations to respect the human rights of gay individuals, suggesting that anti-gay legislation is akin to racial discrimination.
A new archeological discovery on a Jerusalem site is causing controversy as it revives the debate over the "Jesus tomb" and presents what scientists claim is proof that a burial box was found containing the remains of Jesus, and possibly his family — a direct contradiction to the belief in Christ's bodily resurrection.
Entertainers, actors and musicians David and Tamela Mann, known as stars of Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns," talked to The Christian Post recently about their new show as well as their take on how broadcast media could and should be utilized for spreading the Christian message.