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The Islamic State terror group is claiming responsibility for the Christmas market terror attack in Berlin, Germany, as police continue their manhunt for the truck driver who plowed into a crowd Monday night, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others, after prosecutors released a suspect on Tuesday.
President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet selections so far have a combined wealth that is greater than one-third of U.S. households. Should Americans be concerned?
Thirty-thousand people across the state of Kentucky are expected to read through the Old and New Testaments in a three-day event beginning New Year's Day.
With 2016 nearing its conclusion, The Christian Post is taking a look back at the top 10 stories that readers were most interested in.
An elegantly-formatted version of the Bible that was funded by $1.4 million in online donations is finally coming to those who ordered copies over two years ago.
A Texas congregation gave away free water to residents of Corpus Christi following the news that the city's water had been contaminated by a back flow from a nearby oil refinery.
United States President Abraham Lincoln once said, "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is hard to verify their authenticity." Okay, okay, he didn't actually say that.
Nearly nine out of 10 American protestant pastors plan to hold worship services on Christmas Sunday this year, according to LifeWay Research.
A small group of clergy have filed a motion to intervene, requesting a district court to dismiss a lawsuit by an atheist organization seeking to have the Internal Revenue Service quit providing a housing allowance for clergy.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America and its affiliates should be criminally investigated for possibly breaking the law regarding fetal tissue sales, according to a Senate Judiciary Committee report.
Oxford University is denying a widely circulated claim that they are requiring students to use the gender neutral pronoun "ze" instead of "he" or "she" when addressing their peers.
The suicide bomber who attacked Cairo's main Coptic church on Sunday, killing 25 people during a worship service, had a history of violence.
Latino evangelical leader Samuel Rodriguez has expressed optimism at President-elect Donald Trump's recent comments in support of helping the children of undocumented immigrants who had temporarily gained deferred deportation status under President Barack Obama.
Controversial political activist Pamela Geller is standing by a story on her website that claims a small United Methodist congregation in Texas is aiding Islamic extremism.
Does the Bible help Christians navigate the spreading of fake news? The Christian Post spoke with two experts on the topic.
This year Christmas will fall on a Sunday. As a result, many churches in the U.S. are adjusting their usual schedule of worship and others are even opting to not hold services at all.
At least 50,000 Islamic State militants have been killed since 2014, according to an estimate provided by a senior U.S. military official.
A prominent pro-life activist has argued that when assessing the cause of their defeat in November, Democrats should consider their full embrace of Planned Parenthood.
An anti-pornography organization has filed an amicus brief against a lawsuit aimed at decriminalizing prostitution in the state of California.
David and Jason Benham are urging people to hang magnolia wreaths this Christmas season in support of Chip and Joanna Gaines in response to a controversial Buzzfeed piece about their church.
Are hotels in the United States stopping the longstanding tradition of having Bibles in their rooms? And is this a sign of growing secularism in the nation?
Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren says there are three important reasons why God rejects prayer requests.
The Roman Catholic Church reaffirmed its longstanding ban on openly gay priests, stating that such individuals cannot be admitted to their seminaries.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory narrowly lost his reelection bid this year, officially conceding the race earlier this week in response to a recount that showed him losing.
Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, has compared those who smear politicians or engage in deceptive news reporting with people who like eating fecal matter.