Evangelist Franklin Graham said Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, should probably "keep your top on outside," commenting on the news that the Royals are suing for $1.6 million in damages over topless photos of Middleton published in a French magazine in 2012.
Christian radio personality Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the "Bible Answer Man," has opened up about the "turbulent" past few weeks in his life, and revealed that he has been diagnosed with unexpected health issues.
South Sudanese Christians are ready to die close to Jesus Christ in church, a Roman Catholic priest has said, as 16,000 people have sought refuge at a cathedral compound as the nation spirals into genocide and famine.
Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who in 2015 refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of her conservative Christian beliefs, can continue being sued because of her refusal, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Children brainwashed into fighting for the Islamic State terror group, dubbed the "Cubs of the Caliphate," have been practicing to behead victims by using a doll's head stuck on a mannequin, photos and reports have revealed.
Yoido Full Gospel, World's Largest Megachurch, Admits 'Stagnation, Slowdown' Following Controversies
Yoido Full Gospel Church in South Korea, often recognized as the world's largest megachurch, has admitted to a "stagnation" and "slowdown" in its growth following major controversies surrounding its leader and affiliates.
Daniel and Amy McArthur of Ashers Baking Company have reportedly refused a new order to bake an engagement cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan, six months after losing a legal battle over their rights to turn down orders that clash with their beliefs.
'Narnia' Revived: CS Lewis' Stepson Backs 'Captain America' Director to Helm 'The Silver Chair' Film
A revival of the "Narnia" series is on the way with "Captain America" director Joe Johnston set to direct "The Silver Chair," according to film producer Douglas Gresham, stepson of C.S. Lewis.
The Islamic State terror group's ongoing slaughter of Christians in Egypt, and efforts to instill terror in everyday life, are part of the extremists' mission to unravel the entire country, experts have said.
Actor Jim Caviezel, best known for playing Jesus in Mel Gibson's 2004 epic "The Passion of the Christ," has said that only atheists believe in coincidences, and that some would even deny God's resurrection of the dead.
The Church of England has been branded as both "institutionally homophobic" by a gay vicar for its biblical stance against same-sex marriage, and too liberal by conservatives who are installing their own bishop to defend traditional marriage.
Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, has spoken out about the threat of nuclear war between the United States and North Korea, and analyzed how it all fits into End Times prophecy in the Bible.
Popular contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns recently toured the Ark Encounter life-sized Noah's Ark replica in Kentucky, Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham revealed, with frontman Mark Hall comparing it to visiting the Holy Land.
Vatican leader Pope Francis has warned that a "large part of humanity" could potentially be wiped out in a nuclear conflict with North Korea, as rhetoric from dictator Kim Jong Un continues to escalate.
Humanitarian advocates are speaking out about the years of slavery and abuse a group of 36 recently rescued Yazidi men, women and children endured at the hands of the Islamic State terror group in northern Iraq.
The Satanic Temple headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, has been granted permission to erect a permanent memorial to soldiers killed in action beside a Christian memorial at Belle Plaine's Veterans Memorial Park in Minnesota.
Christian actress Selena Gomez has defended the controversial subject matter in the series "13 Reasons Why," for which she's an executive producer, and called the story "beautifully tragic."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's major referendum victory last month, which gave him sweeping new powers, has prompted concerns about what the future will hold for persecuted Christians and other minorities there.
Some military analysts have suggested that the war against the Islamic State terror group, particularly in its attacks on Egypt, is a reenactment of an ancient biblical confrontation between Israel and the Amalekites.
"Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff, who has 12 children, has fired back against Bill Nye "The Science Guy," who suggested that parents who have "extra kids" should be punished for putting a strain on the world's population.
Believers in the Colombian city of Manizales, where 17 people died last week in a landslide, were reportedly left astonished after what some described as the "figure of Jesus" appeared in the form of sunlight streaming through the clouds.
The conservative group One Million Moms has slammed a new ad by Dove that features a cross-dressing man who identifies as a "mother" to his newborn son.
Detailed analysis by the Pew Research Center has challenged the long-held belief that Americans with higher education are less religious than those without, at least when it comes to Christianity.
A stampede of wild boars killed at least three Islamic State fighters near farmland in Iraq, reports have said, not long after the radical group slaughtered 25 captives.
A Sudanese woman who became a Christian while working in Indonesia was forced out of her Muslim family's home and told to never return after they learned about her conversion.