While Facebook has recently been tightening its anti-bullying policies and banning users for posting offensive photos, one name that is not receiving protection from the social media giant is Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Franklin Graham warned jihadists that the flames of hell, rather than 70 virgins, await them in the afterlife, and also described Islam as a "threat to our very life," following Monday's bombing in Manchester, England, which killed 22 people.
An American pastor who has seen the destruction of Christian cities in the Middle East first hand, says Franklin Graham's nonprofit organizations have poured millions of dollars into the region to provide humanitarian aid to those who are displaced or critically injured, and questions if any of Graham's critics have done the same.
Losing faith in God and declining religiosity are among the top reasons why young adults in America are increasingly committing suicide, according to the conservative Family Policy Institute of Washington.
Children Among 22 Killed in Suicide Bombing at Ariana Grande Concert; Trump Calls Terrorists 'Evil Losers'
Several children are among the 22 people killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing at singer Ariana Grande's Monday night concert in Manchester, U.K., as many others remain missing amid the chaos.
Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the "Bible Answer Man," revealed that he prayed Jesus' prayer at Gethsemane, the night before His crucifixion, as he listened to the very difficult challenges ahead of him in his cancer fight.
Former "Today" host Billy Bush is speaking out seven months after the leaked recording of now-President Donald Trump detailing his attempts at having sex with married women.
With churches destroyed and desecrated, crosses distorted, and Jesus statues beheaded by ISIS, it looks as if "Armageddon" happened in Qaraqosh, said a U.S. pastor who recently visited the formerly thriving Christian city in Iraq's Nineveh Plain.
A number of American Christian business owners and professionals have spoken out about their need for religious freedom and to be protected from anti-LGBT discrimination lawsuits, arguing that they cannot simply put away their faith at work.
As many as 82 people have been killed in a wave of slaughter carried out by Islamic State terror group fighters in the central Hama province in Syria, with reports that women and children have been beheaded and dismembered.
Liberty Counsel, a national religious liberty law firm, sent a second letter to a Florida public school district over concerns that a lesbian high school teacher, who says she is a Christian, has been promoting LGBT issues in class and forcing students to remove their cross necklaces.
Evangelist and Young Earth Creationist Ray Comfort has addressed atheists who believe the God of the Old Testament to be a "tyrannical dictator," by arguing that without God's judgment, there would be no justice in the world.
The American Culture & Faith Institute has compiled a list of the top 20 most effective organizations making a difference in culture, based on a survey among Christian conservatives.
The government of Pakistan has reportedly pardoned a young medical student who joined the Islamic State terror group but was stopped before blowing up a Christian church on Easter, insisting that she can serve as an example to others.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, a Christian and a vicar's daughter, said that the Church of England should not be forced to perform gay marriages if it does not want to, despite her personal acceptance of homosexuality.
An 11-minute video called "What If Atheism Is a Religion?" released by China's Communist Youth League has been going viral on social media. It argues that humans, not God, saved the world.
In response to ABC's cancellation of its No. 3 hit show "Last Man Standing," former Gov. of Arkansas Mike Huckabee has said he suspects that a "liberal social agenda" could have played a part, while actor Tim Allen said he was "stunned" by the unexpected news.
Hindu nationalists in India continue to punish Christians and pressure them to abandon their faith, say Christian charity workers serving persecuted Christians in the country.
Christians are speaking out against a proposal in Scotland to ban parents from smacking their children, warning that there is already a ban in place against harsh corporal punishment and a new ban could criminalize "good parents."
Christian Ministry to Hold Bible Study, Discipleship Camps in Russia Despite Crackdown on Evangelism
One U.S.-based Christian ministry has said that it will continue its outreach in Russia, offering Bible study and discipleship programs for youths this summer, despite the reported crackdown on religious freedom in the country.
Prince Charles, the U.K.'s Prince of Wales, has claimed that "no one culture" holds the "complete truth," and encouraged Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and others to focus on unity instead of division and divisiveness.
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz hailed the semi-final performance of gospel singer Chris Blue of "Take Me to the King" on "The Voice," which earned him a spot in the final four of the competition.
Coptic Christian families from North Sinai in Egypt, who have been displaced following numerous attacks by the Islamic State terror group and other radicals, say they are "suffering" due to government neglect.
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff shared an update on his cancer: he has tumors throughout his entire body. When he heard that from doctors, the news hit him with the "force of a sledgehammer."
More Americans now believe that the Bible is a book of fables and history than those who believe it is the literal Word of God, a Gallup poll released Monday has found, and even fewer than a third of Christians say it is to be taken literally.