One of the actresses that was involved in the anti-Muslim film "Innocence of Muslims" that ignited violent and deadly protests across the Middle East has filed a lawsuit against the film's maker for fraud and slander.
Religious intolerance is growing in Uzbekistan as recent reports of the confiscation of religious material from private homes appears to not have been isolated incidents, but rather an organized and deliberate campaign to limit religious freedom.
As the debate over same-sex marriage continues in the U.K., leading conservative policy makers are once again highlighting the need for some protections for churches. There are concerns that churches may be punished for not consenting to gay marriage ceremonies in their churches should a law be passed redefining marriage.
An unprovoked attack during Bible study in a village in India has left one Christian dead and many others wounded.
Religious and community leaders are joining advocates with Faith and Freedom to inform parents whose children attend California public schools that classrooms are staging points for the silencing of Christian views and the promotion of alternative lifestyles.
Promoters of the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims," which has spurred violent demonstrations and deadly protests, have defended their actions, claiming that they are not the ones with blood on their hands.
Since the Arab spring swept through the Middle Eastern region, Christian minorities have been worried over persecution and marginalization within the Muslim-dominated countries and governments. Now, a recent initiative is aiming to draw both Christians and Muslims together in order to build lasting relationships based on mutual understanding.
There is a brewing battle between religious leaders and education officials in Mexico over the role of the teachers union and their alleged conduct over putting the union's interest over the interests of the children they are trusted to educate.
There are new reports surfacing about the real identity of the person responsible for creating the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims." It led to several U.S. embassies to being attacked and four Americans, including Chris Stevens, ambassador to Libya, being killed.
Outrage over a controversial film about Islam which depicts the Prophet Mohammad in a degrading manner is said to be the reason that two American embassies were attacked on Tuesday resulting in the deaths of at least four Americans.
Pornography is destroying the morality of younger generations who are exposed to explicit and sometimes violent recreations of sexual encounters, leading to a distorted view of healthy sexual relationships.
A disturbing trend is emerging as the global economic turmoil persists. Recessions worldwide are revealing the growing strain individuals and families face, causing many to contemplate the unthinkable: suicide.
An organization dedicated to providing religious materials to those in need is preparing for a trip to China in October to give thousands of Bibles to those who desperately have prayed for them.
There is outrage brewing over comments made by the Palm Beach County Democratic Party Chairman during the Democratic National Convention in which he states that Christians want to "slaughter" Jews so there can be a "second coming of Christ."
A leading Scottish politician has formally introduced a bill to rewrite the definition of marriage during the Scottish Government's new legislative session earlier this week.
Four years after violent uprising in India, Orissa state Christians are still living in refugee camps and are routinely subjected to discrimination and persecution.
The Archbishop of York has joined the growing list of prominent religious leaders in their fight to curb illicit and pornographic content that is freely available to all users regardless of age.
There is a brewing controversy in the schools of Costa Rica over some of the proposed changes to the school curriculum, specifically dealing with sexual education.
One of the highest courts in Europe will hear testimony from four Christians who claim they were wrongly terminated due to the fact that they were Christians.
Popular Christian singer and songwriter TobyMac just released his highly anticipated album "Eye On It," and it has already topped several charts.
Voters in Colorado failed to advance a "personhood" amendment that would have been on the ballot in the upcoming November elections.
There is a growing controversy coming out of a local church in New Zealand after they put up a billboard advertisement that supports same-sex marriage.
Reports from Mexico indicate that a federal court has ordered one state to conduct same-sex marriage ceremonies, much to the disappointment of local religious leaders who feel such actions will be detrimental to the traditional family structure.
Reports are coming out of France that lawmakers in the country could pass legislation that would legalize gay marriage by as early as October and would make France the ninth European country to enact such laws.
A prominent atheist organization is calling for an investigation over reports that a high school football coach in Georgia had several local churches provide pre-game meals for the football team.