A prominent Anglican priest known as the "vicar of Baghdad" says Christianity in Iraq, the region from which the faith originated, is "over."
London Terror Attack Latest News 2017: 4 Dead, 'At Least A Dozen Injured' Outside British Parliament
An assailant stabbed a policeman and was shot by police just outside Britain's parliament building in London on Wednesday in what police described as a "terrorist incident".
Benham Brothers Say Down Syndrome Children 'Created by God,' Slam Iceland's 100 Percent Abortion Rate
Conservative Christian brothers David and Jason Benham expressed their love and support for children born with Down syndrome and trisomy on Tuesday, while slamming countries like Iceland which reportedly abort all such children.
A man who raped two young women before undergoing gender reassignment surgery to become a woman has been moved to a women's only prison in the U.K.
Researchers have warned that although the nine-months restoration project of the tomb of Jesus in Jerusalem is near completion and is to be opened to the public in time for Easter, the ancient site is still at risk of a "catastrophic" collapse.
A Fuller Theological Seminary professor says Christianity could be on the rise again in Europe amid reports that Muslim refugees are converting to the faith.
Internet hackers have reportedly gained a livestream of a television program from North Korea, the world's most oppressive country for Christians, which depicts a priest terrorizing a mother and a child in a ballet performance.
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.
Archaeologists exploring the tunnels dug by the Islamic State terror group beneath the tomb of the prophet Jonah in Niniveh, which led them to the palace of biblical King Esarhaddon, have reported new finds, such as statues of Assyrian goddesses, and an unknown rotting corpse.
Human rights activist Nadia Murad, who was held captive by the Islamic State terror group and gang-raped and forced to watch the execution of several of her family members, says the radicals use Islamic law to justify their selling and rape of underage girls.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered nails used in crucifixions, along with a host of other clues shedding light on the life and the times of Jesus Christ from the first century C.E. in and around Jerusalem and the Galilee.
Pope Francis spoke to a large group of priests Friday, telling them they "should not hesitate" to refer penitents to exorcists, if they are suffering from "genuine spiritual disturbances."
With an escalation of fighting between ethnic rebel groups and government troops in Myanmar's conflict areas that are spread along the country's borders, civilians from ethnic and religious minorities are being forced to flee for safety.
The Russian Justice Ministry filed a formal petition Wednesday with the nation's Supreme Court seeking to ban Jehovah's Witnesses as an extremist group.
Pakistan is cracking down on "blasphemous content" posted on social media and will reportedly meet with a team from Facebook to achieve its aim. The country's blasphemy laws are often used to target Christians and other minorities.
Google Director's Push for Computers Inside Human Brains Is 'Anti-Christ,' 'Human Rights Abuse,' Theologians Explain
Google's director of engineering is saying implanting computers "inside our brains" is upon us, words theologians and Christian bioethicists consider a "slap in the face" to Christ and would result in horrific human rights violations.
A former Muslim man in Kenya, who has since joined a Scripture outreach program and has been converting others from Islam to Christianity, has said that a great change occurs when people learn about "the real Jesus."
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.
A feminist group in Argentina recently performed a mock abortion of baby Jesus on a woman dressed as the Virgin Mary in front of a Catholic cathedral, an act pro-life leaders are calling "blasphemous" and "abominably repulsive."
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.
The number of Anglican church weddings in England and Wales has fallen to a historical low, with more people choosing to have civil weddings, statistics show.
An American Mormon missionary working in Brazil is now being hailed as a hero by some after he disarmed, then beat a gunman who tried to rob him and his Christian brother Saturday.
A report on the ancient Iraqi city of Qaraqosh, which was liberated from the Islamic State terror group last year, has revealed that one of the oldest Christian communities in history living there remains decimated, but residents maintain hope that God will restore their land.
Two South Korean Christian pastors have been arrested in China because they were helping to smuggle persecuted North Korean defectors.
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.
Ghosts Drive Brazil's President Michel Temer Out of His Palace, Calls Priest to Fight 'Evil Spirits'
Brazilian President Michel Temer has left the Alvorada Palace where his family was living amid fears that it's haunted, and called on a Roman Catholic priest to drive out the "evil spirits."
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.
At least 100 million people, including Protestant Christians, are facing "high" or "very high" levels of persecution at the hands of the atheistic Communist Party in China, a report reveals.
A controversial Nigerian megachurch pastor, Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministry Worldwide who has been accused of having sexual affairs and pressuring women into abortions, has apparently sought to ban his congregation from speaking out further on the scandal.
A new study has countered some perceptions that Christianity around the world is on the decline and could be dying out, by pointing out that religious people are having more children than atheists.