A persecution watchdog group monitoring the human rights abuses suffered by Christians under the regime of Chinese President Xi Jinping has shared details about some of the atrocities a Christian lawyer suffered in prison.
Margaret Court, an Australian tennis legend-turned-Pentecostal pastor, has stirred controversy again by claiming that the sport is "full of lesbians" and that allowing children to choose their own gender is the work of the devil.
As an increasing number of Christian denominations in Scandinavia continue to embrace gay marriage, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland is facing its own internal struggle, with a Church Synod debating its stance on the issue.
A volunteer youth mentor with Pastor Rick Warren's Saddleback Church in Orange County, California, has been arrested on suspicion of lewd acts with at least two teenage boys. The church stated that it is "shocked and grieved" at the development.
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff has condemned what he called the West's "blind spot" in declaring Islam a religion of peace, stating that the holy month of Ramadan is a time when Islamists increase their attacks on Christians.
U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned that a potential war with North Korea would be "catastrophic" and the worst in most people's lifetimes, as Kim Jong Un's regime claimed the ability to launch a "large, heavy nuclear warhead."
One of America's largest pro-life groups is pushing back against Christians questioning its support for a pregnant student who is being punished by a Maryland Christian school over her premartial sex, by clarifying that it is not demanding lower standards of morality.
According to a chaplain, Friday's massacre of 29 Coptic Christians who were on their way to a monastery in Egypt occurred after Islamic radicals marched them off the bus one by one and asked them to deny their faith in Jesus Christ.
Analysis of religious affiliation trends among American college first-year students has found that the number of those who do not belong to a religion, or the "nones," has skyrocketed in the past three decades.
Christianity is growing in Indonesia, according to a Baptist pastor from Jakarta. But at the same time, the influence of radical Islam is also being felt, with some districts in the country adapting highly restrictive bylaws.
America's largest Christian ministry serving those in prison is speaking out after Amanda Knox, a writer who spent four years in an Italian prison before being acquitted of murder, claimed that ministries use "cult tactics" to brainwash inmates.
The legislative arm of the conservative Family Research Council has launched a petition in support of geologist Andrew Snelling, a creationist who is suing Grand Canyon National Park over what he says is religious discrimination.
A Yazidi activist, known as the Islamic State terror group's "most wanted woman," said she will continue to fight on the global stage for the 3,400 girls and as many as 1,000 children whom the radicals are torturing and using as sex slaves.
Target is refusing to change its bathroom policy that allows men to go into women's bathrooms and dressing rooms, despite receiving 500,000 more boycott signatures from the American Family Association at its Minneapolis headquarters.
Operation Rescue, a pro-life organization that has been campaigning against Planned Parenthood, released part of a "chilling" 911 call a mother made last year upon discovering her daughter had died following a botched abortion at a clinic in Michigan.
President Donald Trump and Roman Catholic Church leader Pope Francis met on Wednesday at the Vatican where they spoke for 30 minutes in private, and vowed to fight together for life, peace, and freedom of worship.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently tackled a question about whether Roman Catholics or Protestants are right about the Bible, while detailing his own Catholic upbringing and his decision to become a Protestant.