Jenna Lyle

Christian Today Reporter

Two Egyptian Christians Killed

Two Christians have been shot dead by Muslim villagers in southern Egypt in what is believed to be a revenge killing. The two had just been released from prison after serving three-year sentences for killing a Muslim man during a sectarian clash.

Violence Hits India's Poll Stations

Violence broke out Thursday as India's monthlong election process got underway. Seventeen people were killed in eastern and central India after attacks on 14 polling stations.

Outspoken U.K. Bishop to Resign

An outspoken cleric who became the Church of England's first non-white bishop plans to step down so that he can dedicate his time to defending persecuted Christians.

Faith Leaders Launch Joint Gaza Appeal

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the head of the Muslim Charities Foundation and the head of the Movement for Reform Judaism have launched a joint appeal for funds towards humanitarian work in Gaza.

Christian Refuses to Drive Buses with 'No God' Ads

A Christian bus driver refused to drive buses carrying an advertisement that declares "There's probably no God." Speaking to BBC Radio Solent, Ron Heather said he felt "shock" and "horror" at the slogan on the ads when he turned up for work last Saturday.