The Christian Post interviews Dr. Lamar Vest, president of the American Bible Society, while he is in Rome for the launch of the Bible exhibit "Verbum Domini."
The "Verbum Domini" Bible exhibit launched at the Vatican on March 1 shows story of the extraordinary survival of God's word in spite of the odds.
“Historic” was the word of the day today as the World Evangelical Alliance, World Council of Churches and Vatican launched a landmark document on the ethics of mission.
The bestselling author of What's so Amazing about Grace? has just started his nine-date tour around the U.K., entitled Seasons of the Soul.
Bestselling author Rob Bell stopped in London for his book tour and responded to the firestorm of debate his book has cause. “Some of the things people say and the way that they act, this can’t be the way of Jesus. There’s got to be a little higher standard of civil discourse."
In his new theological work, Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week, Pope Benedict XVI addresses the difficult passage in Matthew's gospel which speaks of the crowd shouting: "Let his blood be on us and on our children."
The U.K. High Court suggested Monday that traditional Christian beliefs on sexuality are "inimical" to children.
Christians in Iraq are under enormous pressure and the loss of life is an ongoing reality. Yet the very faith they are shedding their blood for is also the faith that continues to give them hope.
The World Council of Churches is hoping that its next General Assembly in Busan, South Korea, will be a little different from its meetings in the past.
The Archbishop of York is among the Christians in the United Kingdom speaking out against the Government's plans to allow same-sex couples to have their civil partnership ceremonies in churches, synagogues and other places of worship
The Church of England's General Synod has approved the drafting of additional forms of baptism liturgy to help engage the unchurched in the ceremony. The Church has the task now of drawing up additional forms of baptism liturgy in "accessible" language
The rescue of 33 miners from a collapsed mine in Chile was a miracle that even atheists could not deny, said one of the rescued miners to hundreds of Christians on Sunday.
Hundreds of Christians in the U.K. took part in a day of prayer for believers in Egypt on Saturday as protests against President Hosni Mubarak reached crisis point.
The historic declaration draws together the reflections of some 4,000 evangelicals from 198 countries who met in Cape Town, South Africa, last October for the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization.
The winter days are typically cold and dark but while most people can return to a nice warm home at the end of the day, for those living on the streets the freezing temperatures can be deadly.
Despite the distractions of the festive season and cutbacks on the horizon, the Barnabas Fund is asking Christians to remember the plight of their brothers and sisters in Iraq in prayer and practical ways.
For Imad Dabour, persecution is part and parcel of being a Christian in predominantly Muslim North Africa. It is a region that has had next to no church for eight centuries.
After setbacks, sleepless nights and years of sheer hard work, the 7th edition of Operation World was released Monday night.
Evangelicals heard the call on Monday to be guardians of the truth in the face of widespread indifference to religion and the "denial" of Scripture within parts of the church.
Mission-minded evangelicals from around the world were in high spirits Sunday as the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization got underway in Cape Town, South Africa.
Sudan risks returning to war and poverty unless the international community steps in to ensure that a referendum goes ahead as planned, warned Williams.
Pope Benedict XVI left Britain Sunday with a fresh call to proclaim the Gospel while the Vatican hailed his visit a "great success."
Controversy surrounding the pope's first official state visit to Britain has failed to curb the excitement of Catholics as the pontiff landed in Edinburgh this morning.
The Church of England came a step closer to opening the door to women bishops on Monday after legislation cleared the revision stage.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have failed in their bid to see through a compromise amendment to legislation on women bishops that would have allowed a male and female bishop to have "co-ordinate" jurisdiction.