An ecumenical fellowship group, consisting of both churches and ministries, in Malaysia has reported local custom officials have seized 32 Bibles from an airline passenger after returning from Manila.
In a sign of a warming relationship between the Anglicans and the Catholics in New South Wales, Australia, a formal covenant will be signed between the two groups.
Christian indigenous villagers are suing Malaysia's sole Islamic state government for destroying their church, claiming it was an illegal act since the land the church was located on belonged to them.
Malaysian Christians have expressed deep disappointment and regret over the comment made by a local government minister regarding the prohibition of non-Muslims from using the word Allah.
A minister from the Malaysian government said Friday that the word Allah can only be used by Muslims despite a recent government decision that sided with a local Christian newspaper.
The Catholic Church is stepping up its pressure on the Australian federal government to ensure that it maintain consistency in opposing the use of the death penalty, regardless of who is being executed.
Malaysia is engaged in yet another conversion court battle, with the countrys high court deciding whether the Christian widower of a Malaysian woman has the legal right to stop Islamic authorities from burying her in accordance with Muslim rites.
Coptic Christian shops were burned and attacked by an angry mob of Muslims in the Egyptian city of Isna, south of Cairo, early Sunday morning.
The executive director of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA)'s religious liberty arm will be flying to Turkey to deliver Christmas gifts and to help Christians who have fled from Iraq.
Chaplains working in the city police department in Spokane, Wash., will have to remove all crosses from their badges to settle a lawsuit filed by a Christian pastor turned atheist.
The spiritual leader of the Russia Orthodox Church has given an ominous warning to Europeans, urging them not to abandon Christianity or it risk being vanished from history.
The burka-clad woman believed to be the first woman suicide bomber in Pakistan blew herself up near a Christian missionary school on Tuesday, officials said.
Thousands of events were around the world Saturday to mark World AIDS day as religious leaders and event organizers joined hand-in-hand to call for bold leadership to deal with the grave challenge confronting the globe.
Sydney Anglican Archbishop Dr. Peter Jensen has made clear his disappointment in the highest legal authority in the Australian Anglican Church, calling its recent decision to allow the ordination of women as bishops shaky.
A Christian Post correspondent in Australia recently caught up with evangelical author Philip Yancey to discuss with him about his book, "Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference?" which has been out for nearly a year.
A Christian satellite TV network has reported spectacular church growth in Iran and noted the importance of media in strengthening the churches there as well as in reaching out to Muslims.
The religious liberty arm of the World Evangelical Alliance strongly rebuffed a recent report that claims, among other assertions, that the source of Muslim extremism is the "defamation" of Islam.
Failure to tackle climate change at the upcoming Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit could create problems in the future, warns a prominent coalition of anti-poverty groups and individuals.