Most American Christians today cannot respond to any question deeper than "Does God love everyone?" as they think such discourse should be reserved for theological universities, argues Colorado-based Ethan Renoe, who identifies himself as "an artist, traveler, and the Lord often speaks to me in poems."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday wished "Merry Christmas" to Christians and said he is "very proud" to be the leader of a country that doesn't shy away from saying "Christmas."
Christians in Iraq attended a Christmas service in Mosul for the first time since Islamic State militants took over the city in 2014, hoping they will soon be able to return to their homes.
Justin Welby Blasts Fake News, Urges Christians to Proclaim Good News of Jesus Christ in Christmas Message
Anglican bishops from around the world sent out messages to churches, ruminating on what Christmas is and how the Good News of Jesus is relevant to us in today's world.
Ohio Governor John Kasich, a Republican, has signed into law a state bill that would ban abortions based solely on a Down syndrome diagnosis.
Christian leaders in India have requested the government to increase security at churches during the Christmas weekend due to recent violent attacks and the overall tense religious atmosphere in the country.
A mob of Muslim demonstrators stormed a Coptic church south of Cairo, which is yet to be licensed by the government, and physically attacked worshipers, calling for the church to be demolished and vandalizing items inside the building, according to the region's diocese.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of a law enforcement initiative amid allegation that the Obama administration halted a federal investigation into the illegal operations of the Iranian-backed terror group Hezbollah to secure the controversial 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran.
The government in Pakistan has ordered 27 international aid groups, including World Vision, to shut down alleging they were working in unauthorized areas and aiding human rights campaigners. The groups have been given 90 days to leave.
New York City police have boosted security at area churches for the holiday weekend after a California man was arrested for allegedly planning to bomb a busy San Francisco tourist destination in the name of Islamic State.
Paul Nehlen, a businessman and Wisconsin Republican who is running to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan, campaigned in Alabama for Roy Moore, and was previously backed by President Donald Trump, is allegedly a white supremacist.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called U.S. President Donald Trump to thank him for a CIA tip that helped Russian authorities prevent a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg, the White House said Sunday.
Islamic Fulani herdsmen in northeastern Nigeria, who have been accused of aligning with the Boko Haram terror group, killed more than 100 Christians after reprisal clashes earlier this month with the suspected help of the military, according to a report.
New archaeological excavations at the ancient port of the earthquake that struck the Biblical city of Corinth, which is now underwater, have uncovered Roman architecture.
Police in India's central state of Madhya Pradesh arrested 30 seminary students and two priests as they were singing Christmas carols in a village. The Christians were also roughed up by Hindu nationalists, who also burned down a car belonging to the priests while police allegedly looked on.
Singers Keith and Kristyn Getty, who pioneered "modern hymns" and whose worship music is popular in evangelical circles, performed this week for Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, at a holiday reception at their residence.
Islamic State supporters have threatened to launch a terror attack in Washington, D.C. and New York on Christmas, according to the SITE intelligence group. A propaganda poster carries a picture that shows Washington's National Cathedral erupting in flames while indicating that New York could be their target.
The Salvation Army has the largest annual income among British Christian charities, receiving around $280 million last year, but in the United States it's the fourth largest, according to reports.
Republican Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore appeared to avoid limelight and skipped church service two days before Alabama's special election to fill the Senate seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He gave just one media interview, once again denying the allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
A video of a "friendless" young schoolboy in Tennessee about being bullied for being "ugly" has gone viral, and caused many celebrities to say they are inspired by him and express solidarity.
Republican Sen. Tim Scott criticized Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, for saying that diversity is not America's strength but assimilation is, calling King's remarks a "ridiculous statement."
The parents of an 18-month-old boy, who is suffering from a mystery brain condition, are in a legal battle with a hospital in Britain that wants to switch off the child's life support saying they can do nothing more for him.
Iraq declared Saturday that its territory is now "fully liberated" from the Islamic State, overlooking warnings by allies that the terror group still poses a threat to the country in the form of guerrilla warfare.
Egypt's Coptic Leader Cancels Pence Meeting Over Trump's Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's Capital
Egypt's Coptic Church said Saturday its leader, Pope Tawadros II, will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during the latter's visit to Cairo this month, citing President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
A court in the United Kingdom has overturned the conviction of an American Christian street preacher for using "threatening and discriminatory language" while preaching to Muslims in Lincoln.