Amid concerns that the office of priesthood attracts narcissists, the Church of England wants all trainee priests to go through personality tests before their induction.
A court in southern India has charged a 66-year-old man and 16 others with the repeated gang-rape of an 11-year-old deaf girl over a period of seven months.
Netflix to Air Controversial TV Series 'American Jesus' About 12-Y-O Boy Reincarnated as Jesus Christ
The streaming giant Netflix is developing a controversial a multi-lingual television series, "American Jesus," an adaptation of a comic book by Mark Millar that follows a 12-year-old boy who suddenly discovers he's Jesus reborn, according to reports.
The Trump administration has made the vetting process faster and less strict to reunite the thousands of children and parents separated by its "zero-tolerance" policy before the July 26 deadline, while a federal judge has temporarily halted deportations of the families.
Hours after blaming his predecessors for tensions with Moscow, President Donald Trump said at the start of his one-on-one talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday that he thinks "the world wants to see us get along."
The number of children, some as young as six, being referred under the guidance promoting transsexualism at schools after they express confusion over their "gender identity" has reached a record high in Scotland, according to a report.
Maine's Republican Gov. Paul LePage has vetoed a controversial bill that would have banned therapy to help minors with unwanted same-sex attraction in the state, saying it posed a threat to religious liberty.
Parents of one of the 12 boys, who along with their soccer coach, were rescued from a cave in Thailand after being stuck inside for over two weeks, thanked God for their son's safety, saying "there's nothing He can't do."
Pro-government gunmen killed two students and injured dozens more before over 200 students and others from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua protesting against President Daniel Ortega were freed from a besieged church in the Central American country.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to the removal of bus ads promoting his upcoming evangelistic festival in England amid outcry from LGBT activists, saying he's "sorry that some see hope as offensive."
Nearly half of American adults engage with the Bible apart from reading to hearing it during a church service, Barna's annual State of the Bible survey has found. Here are its top seven findings.
A church in Indiana has been evicted from its building for placing a sign outside that read, "LGBTQ is a hate crime against God."
About one million people have fled their homes due to ethnic violence in Ethiopia, Africa's second most-populous country, which could lead to a major humanitarian crisis, an international Christian development organization has warned.
A new study by LifeWay Research shows that Protestant churchgoers stay at a church because of its beliefs, and not its music or who the preacher is.
A new study has found that one-third of Generation Z in Britain don't identify as solely heterosexual.
A 63-year-old woman has been found guilty of embezzling more than $818,000 from a Catholic church in Wisconsin.
A Catholic charity is planning to print 30,000 copies of the New Testament in a local dialect for the people of the violence-torn Central African Republic, to provide "a way toward conversion of hearts."
Girls Banned From Wearing Skirts, Must Wear Pants to Accommodate Transgender Kids in Many UK Schools
At least 40 schools in the U.K. have banned girls from wearing skirts, mostly to be more inclusive of transgender and non-binary pupils, according to an analysis of uniform policies across the country.
A 25-year-old mentally disabled Christian man, who is in a jail in Pakistan on charges of blasphemy, was brutally beaten by his fellow prisoners because he was praying, according to the U.S.-based group International Christian Concern.
Talking about the fight over the Supreme Court vacancy following Justice Anthony Kennedy's announcement that he is stepping down, Christian Broadcasting Network's White House correspondent David Brody said in a media interview that many evangelicals believe that President Trump is "God's chosen candidate."
A group of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's major donors have written to its board of trustees, threatening to discontinue all financial support if "serious wrongs" are not "righted," with reference to the termination of former president Paige Patterson over his alleged mishandling of and comments on sexual assault victims.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican, and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat, met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to secure the release of U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been in jail since October 2016 on false charges of espionage and terrorism and is being used by Turkey's government for bargaining.
The United Nations has elected Portuguese Socialist Antonio Vitorino as the new leader of the International Organization for Migration, its migration agency, rejecting the Trump administration's proposed candidate Ken Isaacs, who works at the Rev. Franklin Graham-led Samaritan's Purse.
A Christian bus driver in Toronto has been charged with a "hate crime" for distributing pamphlets saying homosexuality can lead to diseases and that Jesus can save gay people if they repent.
Over 215 million believers are persecuted with intimidation, prison, and even death for their faith in Jesus Christ across the world, Open Doors USA says in a report, listing the top 10 persecutors of Christians.