Al-Qaida is growing and gaining support in Africa by supplying food and medical aid to local communities.
The anti-gay legislation that was passed by the Nigerian Senate last month may cause the country millions of dollars in AIDS relief funding from world governments.
A U.S. Congressional report released this week named Nigerian terror sect Boko Haram as an “emerging threat” to the United States and its citizens.
Religious violence this week between Christian and Muslim ethnic groups in rural Nigerian communities has exiled 5,000 people from the area and left as many as 79 dead.
Evangelist Billy Graham is expected to recover from a case of pneumonia that has hospitalized him since Wednesday, though a date for his discharge has not been determined.
More than 80 percent of people in sub-Saharan Africa – the area most affected by HIV/AIDS – know how to prevent the disease, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday.
A book written from the perspective of God that offers a new, tongue-in-cheek perspective on the Bible is making the rounds this holiday season.
Tim Tebow may be performing miracles on par with the miracles performed by Jesus Christ in the Bible, according to an argument posed by a Boston University religious scholar and author.
U.S. President Barack Obama will speak alongside former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and anti-AIDS activists in a World AIDS Day panel on Thursday.
The Nigerian Senate voted on Tuesday to criminalize gay marriage in the western African nation.
World AIDS Day, which will be recognized Thursday, will call attention to the approximately 35 million people worldwide living with the disease. Among the areas hardest hit is southern Africa – a region whose population is as much as 90 percent Christian.
Terror sect Boko Haram attacked a city in northeast Nigeria Sunday, destroying at least eight churches, a police station, a bank and buildings of local businesses. At least four police officers were killed.
Boko Haram, the Nigeria-based terror sect responsible for killing hundreds this year, issued a list of new targets on Friday, which mainly includes government buildings.
A billboard advertising a brand of vodka in New York City was pulled after claims from Jewish groups that it was anti-Semitic.
Members of the Nigerian government are linked to terror sect Boko Haram, according to a report from the country’s State Security Service (SSS) on Wednesday.
Denmark will allow gay couples to be married in churches starting this February, according to reports.
Michele Bachmann, Minnesota Representative and Republican presidential nominee hopeful, said she thinks it’s about time a mother becomes U.S. president.
The number of religious groups lobbying in Washington D.C. has grown five times larger from 1970 to today, according to a Pew report released Monday.
Target, which will offer Black Friday deals on Xbox 360 consoles, HDTVs, houseware, clothing and more, was voted the most satisfying discount retailer by shoppers in a Harris Poll released Tuesday.
Walmart and Best Buy will have massive savings on Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo 3DS and Wii systems and games this Black Friday.
Former President George W. Bush will give the keynote address at a Christian summit in Souderton, Pa. this spring.
Nigeria is poised to ban and criminalize gay marriage in a bill that is gaining widespread support in the country’s legislature.
A church in western New York gave congregants white envelopes containing a $100 bill at services this weekend.
At least 1 million people in Zimbabwe are facing starvation, according to the U.N. World Food Program (WFP).
Terror sect Boko Haram killed as many as four police officers and a 9-year-old boy in the northeast region of Nigeria this weekend in two ambush attacks.