Despite being pushed out of most of Mosul by Iraqi-led coalition forces, the Islamic State terrorist organization is still killing people in the most heinous ways and it has reportedly burned three women alive who refused to kill other non-civilians.
A former imam from Egypt with strong family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood leadership who converted to Christianity, said Friday that some Muslims in the U.S. are using "Islamic deception" to fool Christians into believing misconceptions about the religion.
A Virginia pastor and businessman who helped an ex-lesbian mother flee to Nicaragua with her daughter to keep custody of her child in the midst of a custody battle with her ex-lover have been sentenced in federal court for their part in the parental kidnapping.
Christians displaced by the brutal Boko Haram terrorist group in Nigeria are being denied access to food and vital assistance at a number of displacement camps run by local Muslim organizations, according to a leading Christian persecution watchdog.
Prominent Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi, who is battling stage IV stomach cancer, said Jesus recently appeared to him in a dream and gave him an odd command after he prayed for God to give him more guidance as he continues to "languish" and go through chemotherapy.
Democrat Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont unwittingly proved the validity of a pro-life argument on Wednesday while sharing an anecdote to defend the United States Supreme Court's decision in 1973 to legalize abortion nationwide, pro-life activists say.
President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch agreed Tuesday during his Senate confirmation hearing that the court's ruling in 2015 that legalized same-sex marriage is "absolutely settled law."
A high school student in Pennsylvania and his parents have filed a federal lawsuit against a local school district, claiming that its policy of allowing a girl who identifies as a boy to access the boys' locker room violates his privacy rights.
Churchgoing Hollywood actress Jennifer Garner will be fundraising for the nation's largest abortion provider when she and actress Ellen Page participate in a live reading of the hit 2007 movie "Juno" in early April.
A Texas judge is being sued in federal court by the nation's leading secularist legal organization because of his courtroom tradition of having guest pastors and chaplains offer an invocation before each session.
Respected religious freedom scholars have released a list of recommendations that the Donald Trump administration and the United States Congress should take seriously in order to better equip the U.S. government to combat rising threats to international religious liberties through diplomacy.
Egyptian Christians who recently fled their homes in the wake of a string of "targeted attacks" say they received an "apathetic" response from government authorities when looking for protection against radical Islamic extremists.
The New Hampshire Air National Guard has no plans to respond to an atheist group's demands that it prohibit chaplains from offering invocations at official ceremonies and has vowed to continue letting chaplains pray at on-base events.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr restored a California man's faith in humanity when he pulled over on the side of the road last week to pray with the distressed motorist after his car had run out of gas in an Oakland suburb.
Following Attorney General Jeff Sessions' speech last week in Richmond, the United States' largest prison outreach ministry is warning that Sessions and the Trump administration would be "wrong" to reinstate Reagan-era drug enforcement policies.
A displaced Iraqi mother has detailed how the Islamic State has been torturing her by sending photos and videos of her captured 6-year-old son with guns being pointed at him.
The Islamic State terrorist organization has burned alive nine civilians, including children, who were caught attempting to flee the group's stronghold in Iraq, sources have told an Iraqi news outlet.
Over 100 prominent Christian leaders and celebrities, including two who spoke at the Jan. 20 presidential inauguration, are calling on United States Congress to oppose President Donald Trump's proposal to make disproportionate cuts to federal aid programs that are vital to helping vulnerable people in need worldwide.
In the aftermath of the attack on a conservative speaker and professor at Vermont's Middlebury College, two leading Ivy league professors from both sides of the political aisle have come together to assert that efforts to silence unpopular political speech on college campuses should be opposed by all.
The international humanitarian aid group Samaritan's Purse has announced that eight of its aid workers who were recently kidnapped in South Sudan have been released.
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Freedom has responded to a secularist group's demand that chaplains at a New Hampshire military base not be allowed to offer invocations at on-base events.
An ESPN radio affiliate will soon launch a weekly sports talk radio show that will focus on "the impact of faith in the sports world" and feature interviews with professional athletes who will discuss the role faith has played in their lives.
The Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm has teamed up with LifeWay Christian Resources to produce a new six-week study that will teach church members about the ongoing threats to religious freedom that Christians face across the country.
The Connecticut-based Catholic fraternal organization Knights of Columbus has announced that it's contributing nearly $2 million to provide crucial humanitarian assistance for Christian refugees in Iraq and Syria.
Conservative Christians are not the only ones upset with The Walt Disney Company after it emerged that its upcoming adaption of the "Beauty and the Beast" will feature a gay scene.