Wycliffe Bible Translators, the largest scripture translation organization in the world, recently announced that it had reelected its current present to his fourth 3-year term.
A federal court judge in Missouri ruled that the President's Affordable Care Act does not restrict individuals' religious freedom. Even though employers must provide certain coverage that may interfere with a person's religious beliefs, apparently, that does not impeded a person's religious liberty.
A recent survey showed that millennials in minority categories stated that a candidate's faith was more important to them than their Caucasian counterparts in the same age group.
A prominent religious figure in the United Kingdom issued a warning that addresses the effects of the government passing same-sex marriage laws, explaining that the Church will not be the only entity affected.
Religious and pro-life leaders in Argentina are pleading with the mayor of Buenos Aires to keep his word and veto a newly passed law that legalizes abortion.
The Free Church of Scotland has stated that the possibility of reduced religious freedoms and protections for clergy would become a reality should the current proposal to redefine the traditional meaning of marriage be passed by the Scottish government.
Lawmakers in Uruguay have passed a law that would effectively legalize abortions, making the small Latin American country the second nation in the region to do so.
The World Evangelical Alliance has announced the names of a team of experts who will gather in Canada later this year to discuss and produce a report on new biblical translations implemented by Wycliffe Global alliance and SIL - formerly known as the Summer Institute of Linguistics.
A recently published Norwegian report has stated that couples who share housework equally are 50 percent more likely to file for divorce than those couples who split up household chores unevenly, sparking intense debate from people on both sides of the issue.
Nearly one in three babies of black parents are aborted, according to new statistics. The numbers have been highlighted by a new campaign to bring attention to the extremely high rates of aborted fetuses in African-American communities throughout the nation.
In what can be seen as a victory for pro-life advocates Virginia's attorney general has signed off on new regulations that would require stricter enforcement of safety standards at abortion facilities across the state.
The Archbishop of Newark recently released a pastoral letter in which he provided arguments defending the traditional and historical importance of marriage, insisting that Catholics who support gay marriage should forgo receiving communion.
Monsoon rains and widespread flooding have displaced more than a million people in India, creating a dire situation for those affected and spurring action by those committed to helping those who desperately need it.
Organizers are preparing for the upcoming America for Jesus solemn assembly taking place in Philadelphia this weekend, and they are expecting several thousand to come together for the glory of Christ.
Ahead of the official departure of Dr. Rowan Williams the Archbishop of Canterbury, officials are meeting to decide who will serve as the successor to Dr. Williams and become the spiritual leader of 77 million Anglicans.
The governing body of France has stated that should the government pass legislation redefining the historical interpretation of marriage, current words used to describe parental figures could be removed and replaced with gender-neutral wording.
Hindu extremists in India recently assaulted several Christians along with their families and then twice forced them from their village after accusing them of forcibly converting Hindus to Christianity.
The World Council of Families has praised the decision by the Australian parliament to vote against same sex marriage, thus reinforcing the importance of traditional marriage and its indispensable place as the foundation for society.
With the seemingly endless assault on marriage and the related benefits for the both the family and community structure, marriage experts point to the increase in cohabitation as one cause for the current decline of marriage.
A recent survey examining the strength of religious beliefs from citizens of different countries over time from around the globe showed that the least religious of all regions was eastern Germany.
A priest in Los Angeles has been removed from his church after he insisted on continuing his advocacy for gay marriage despite repeated warnings to stop the practice.
A prominent religious leader in Egypt has publically stated that he supports efforts from both Christians and Muslims to soften and even remove blasphemy laws that are strictly enforced in some countries throughout the region.
Pastors from around the country will come together to defy an Internal Revenue Service amendment that prevents pastors from endorsing any political candidate while they are behind the pulpit.
The Christian Post recently had the opportunity to travel to India to observe the work Christians are doing throughout the country to help empower a societal group that has been neglected for the better part of recorded human history. This is the first part of a four part series detailing their work.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has come out warning that America is in the midst of "spiritual warfare" and urged Christians to not back down from what he described as a governmental push towards a more secular country.