A new study has found that the United Kingdom's nonreligious population is now bigger than its combined Christian one, with 26 believers abandoning the faith for every atheist or agnostic who decides to become a Christian.
Hundreds of Portuguese evangelicals are reportedly planning to engage with Roman Catholics at the massive Fátima two-day event, where Pope Francis is set to canonize two shepherd children who 100 years ago claimed to have seen the Virgin Mary.
A top conservative law group met with President Donald Trump on Thursday, asking him to speak out on the imprisonment of American Pastor Andrew Brunson during his upcoming meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Pyongyang University of Science and Technology in North Korea, from which two professors were recently arrested by authorities, has drawn dozens of U.S. citizens and Christian missionaries despite grave risks.
The father of the late actor Paul Walker has said that he's struggling to move on three-and-a-half years following his son's tragic death in a car accident, but revealed that one of the things that brings him comfort is knowledge that he's with God.
Christianity across Central and Eastern Europe continues grow and flourish a quarter of a century after the fall of the Soviet Union and atheistic Communist regimes, a Pew Research Center survey has said.
Daniel and Amy McArthur of Ashers Baking Company in Northern Ireland, who last year were found guilty of having discriminated against gay people for refusing to make a cake promoting same-sex marriage, are now bringing their case to the U.K.'s Supreme Court.
Christian actor Chris Pratt, star of "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Jurassic World," has posted photos of his visits with sick children at hospitals while quoting from Scripture and explaining how their "unbreakable spirit" fills his soul.
Spanish police are reportedly investigating a case of satanic vandalism after a priest found the number 666 and upside down crosses at a Spanish church containing the Veil of Veronica, a relic believed to have touched the face of Jesus Christ.
American Christians are still far off from true religious persecution despite the fears of some conservatives, a Christian filmmaker originally from an evangelical background argued in an article for the left-leaning Sojourners ministry.
John Piper, founder of desiringGod.org and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minnesota, was confronted with a question many have asked amid the debate on homosexuality: Is homosexuality truly more detrimental to a society than other sins?
Brother Guy Consolmagno, a Jesuit priest and director of the Vatican Observatory, has challenged physicist Stephen Hawking's atheistic beliefs, and argued that while God's workings can in part be explained by science, God remains supernatural.
Actress Emma Watson won on Sunday night the first-ever gender-neutral MTV TV & Movie acting award for her performance in "Beauty and the Beast," hailing the recognition as a way to show that empathy has "no limits."
Ashers, the Northern Irish bakery run by a conservative Christian couple, saw a rise in profits and hit almost $2 million in 2016 despite losing a discrimination case over its refusal to make pro-gay marriage wedding cakes.
North Korea has reportedly arrested a U.S. citizen and professor from the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology who has identified himself as a Christian. He is now the fourth American held by Kim Jong-un's regime.
Liberals and conservatives in America took aim at each other on Twitter over the weekend with the #ThingsJesusNeverSaid hashtag, trying to position where Jesus Christ would really stand on a number of broad issues affecting the country.
The largest mosque in Scandinavia has opened in Sweden, which is one of the least religious and most atheistic nations in the Western world, reports have said, costing the Qatari government $3.30 million to build.