The mother of Walter Scott, the unnarmed black man who was shot dead by a police officer in 2015 after a traffic stop, has told her son's killer, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for second-degree murder, that she forgives him and prays that he accepts Jesus Christ.
Evangelist Franklin Graham said that multitudes responded to Jesus Christ during his two-day evangelistic crusade in Vietnam, and argued that the Communist government there is starting to warm up to Christianity.
A Christian couple in Australia who once said that they would be looking for a divorce, though not of the traditional kind, if the country legalized gay marriage, have responded to pressure by activists by stating that they will not be separating from each other.
Islamic State terror group supporters have attempted to frame Christians for the massacre that killed 305 people at Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed, Egypt, using it as a means to call for revenge attacks against Christians over the Christmas period.
Close to 250 prominent Israeli rabbis have hailed U.S. President Donald Trump for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital by issuing a biblical blessing that God gave to Joshua, the Israelite leader who succeeded Moses and led the Jews into Israel.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is being called "the Grinch who stole Christmas" after a federal judge ruled against the emergency aid request of three storm-damaged evangelical churches in Texas.
Reformed theologian John Piper affirmed his belief that the second coming of Christ is coming soon and indicated that he is a premillennialist. In other words, Piper believes Jesus Christ will come on earth and reign for 1,000 years.
A global survey of people's perceptions of major religious beliefs has found that in a number of Western nations a majority of the population no longer believes in Heaven or Hell, even if they profess a belief in God.
Time magazine has named "the silence breakers" its 2017 person of the year, referring to the wide range of women and victims who have been revealing decades-long horrific sexual abuse in Hollywood and all throughout society.
Sometimes American Christian voters have to face situations where none of the candidates are acceptable, Reformed evangelical theologian Kevin DeYoung has said, in which case they need to consider 10 important questions.
Billy Bush, the former "Access Hollywood" host in the infamous 2005 recording of crass sexual talk with Donald Trump, has said that more than 20 women accusing the president of various forms of sexual misconduct cannot all be lying.
Christian speaker and author Beth Moore has warned that the Christian church has to find how to deal with a culture that is "under sexual assault by the evil one," in the face of mass revelations of sexual assault and harassment from every corner of society.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has said that he is furious, "fed up and fired up" over reports that close to $17 million of taxpayer money has been used to settle sexual misconduct allegations and other cases in Congress.
North Korean defectors have said that at least one child born "without genitals" supposedly due to radiation effects near the country's notorious nuclear test site was killed by the baby's own parents.