A persecution watchdog group is seeking justice for scores of Christian women and girls in Pakistan who've been raped and sexually abused.
The Christian parents of baby Isaiah Haastrup, who suffered damage to his brain and died Wednesday after doctors removed him from life support, have said that although their faith calls them to forgive, they want people to know about the "corrupt" doctors and legal system in the U.K. they say "killed" their son.
Meghan Markle, the 36-year-old American actress due to marry Britain's Prince Harry in May, has officially been baptized into the Anglican faith by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, using holy water from the River Jordan.
Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old shooter who murdered 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in February, has reportedly asked to read the Bible while in jail.
The Roman Catholic Church in Belgium has been hit by one of its most dramatic drops in baptisms an church attendance in decades, a survey has said, with less than 50 percent of children undergoing the ritual last year.
Adopted children and foster families told a Michigan court that religious adoption agencies are vital in helping others in situations like their own, as a lawsuit seeks to shut down the agencies because of their stance against same-sex marriage.
Church of Scotland Features Transgender Christians' Stories in Booklet; Says It's Not a Theological Move
The Church of Scotland has issued a 30-page booklet showcasing the different stories of transgender or non-binary Christians, but insisted that it is not making a theological statement on the issue.
Former Church of England leader Rowan Williams, along with famed atheist and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, are among 70 high-profile figures in the U.K. urging the government to continue to ban faith schools from admitting more than 50 percent of students based on their religion.
Both a father and a son employed by a Baptist church in Dallas, Texas, were arrested and charged with sexual assault of children for having inappropriate relationships with teenage girls.
Rwandan Genocide Survivor Turned to Christian Faith While Hiding in Bathroom as Family Was Butchered
A Rwandan woman who survived the 1994 genocide by hiding in a bathroom while much of her family, along with hundreds of thousands of people, were slaughtered, said turning to God is the only thing that led her away from hate and into forgiveness.
Facebook has shut down a survey it posted Sunday asking users whether adult men should be allowed to ask children for sexual photos, following immense criticism from the public.
Bible Answer Man: Jesus' Second Coming Will Be Physical, Millions of Christians Will Have New Bodies
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff has said that the Second Coming of Jesus will be physical, with Christ appearing physically to the world.
A top bishop in the Church of England issued his "Ten Commandments of artificial intelligence," during a major policy debate in London last week, based on the importance of trust and ethics in the evolving technology.
Born-again Christians, filled with the Holy Spirit, cannot be possessed by demons, theologians have argued.
John Piper Defends Francis Chan: Are Christians Delaying Marriage Because They're Already Having Sex?
Reformed theologian John Piper is backing best-selling Christian author Francis Chan after a woman, who is single, expressed her frustration with Chan's argument that many Christian singles are delaying marriage because they are already having sex.
A United Nations committee that has suggested that pro-life laws in Northern Ireland constitute "violence against women" has been accused of advancing a "culture of death" by a leading conservative group in the United Kingdom.
Roy Moore, a former judge and defeated 2017 Republican nominee for the Alabama Senate seat, has begged his supporters for $250,000 in donations to help him fight an unspecified lawsuit, which he described as "unholy evil" and stemming from an "anti-Christian kingdom."
Some 124 convicted terrorists met 51 survivors of terror attacks and family members of victims over a three-day first-of-its-kind event in Jakarta, Indonesia, aimed at reconciliation, though some said they were too upset to attend.
A nationwide poll has found that American Catholics find several world issues, including climate change, even more pressing than Christian persecution.
The Rev. Billy Graham's translator for his 1973 trip to South Korea has recalled how the preacher, who died on Feb. 21, was once labeled a "witch doctor" by North Korea, but ended up handing Kim Il Sung a Bible.
The original letter of Mahatma Gandhi, where he explains why he cannot follow Jesus Christ alone, has been released to the public market for the first time ever, valued at $50,000.
Actor Jim Caviezel has opened up about what he considers to be the main controversy in the upcoming "Paul, the Apostle of Christ" film, where he plays Luke.
A pastor who has served the same nondenominational church for 30 years has owned up to big mistakes he made when people told him they were leaving his church, and listed nine things leaders can do when someone informs them of such a decision.
The São Paulo Court of Justice in Brazil decided last week that a controversial play depicting Jesus Christ as transgender will be allowed to take the stage, despite protests from some Christians.
The government of Rwanda announced on Wednesday that it will be closing 714 churches and one mosque because of a failure to meet safety and hygiene standards, they claim.