The Trump administration has outlined its support for Christian baker Jack Phillips, who declined to make a cake for a gay wedding, and his Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado in a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, a Roman Catholic, has strongly criticized the U.S. Catholic Church for what he described as its support for "unlimited illegal immigration" for economic reasons.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett claimed this week that Las Vegas police officers put a gun to his head and threatened to shoot him following a boxing event for no other reason than his skin color.
Christian groups are serving as the "hands and feet of Christ" as the death toll from the rains and flooding of South Asia's monsoon season has risen to 1,400 people, which is nearly 20 times higher than Hurricane Harvey's death toll of 70.
An upcoming book contains the stories and photographs of seven men around the world claiming to be Jesus Christ returning to earth, and the author suggested that their stories may not be "more laughable" than what 1.3 billion other Christians believe.
The Public Religion Research Institute has released findings from its largest ever survey of Americans religious and denominational affiliations, reporting that white evangelicals continue to decline as a share of the total population.
A sociologist is arguing that sex, and not scientific belief, is driving more Americans toward secularization, and says that Christians have been "bruised" from being part of the same dating pool as everyone else.
Archaeologists have discovered dozens of seals with "biblical-type" names at an excavation at Jerusalem's City of David, suggesting that the city may have welcomed thousands of refugees several millenia ago.
Survey data from NatCen's British Social Attitudes has revealed that for the first time ever, the number of people in Britain who say that they have no religion is over half the population, or 53 percent.
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham says the world is a "sad" and "evil" place amid reports that a pro-abortion group is using the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey as an opportunity to raise money under the guise of helping women.
Harvest Christian Fellowship megachurch Pastor Greg Laurie has issued a prayer for God to "put a shield over America" in the wake of threats from North Korea that it has the capacity to launch a destructive hydrogen bomb.
The severe persecution and widespread "hatred" that Christians and other minorities experience in Turkey has been detailed in a report by a U.S.-based nonprofit international policy council and think tank.
Former President Barack Obama's personal letter to Donald Trump on Inauguration Day back in January has been published online, showing for the first time the four pieces of advice Obama left for his successor.
Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, delivered his first Sunday sermon following the devastating floods last week stemming from Hurricane Harvey, and a week of harsh criticism over his church's response.
A newly launched program at the University of Notre Dame is giving people the opportunity not only to "encounter the reality" of the lives of persecuted Christians but also to understand how these Christians respond pragmatically in the face injustice.
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz, founder of AnGeL Ministries, has issued a heartfelt prayer over Texas and the damage in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, asking God questions about why He allowed such a catastrophe to happen.