Asia Bibi, the Christian mother of five who has been on death row for blasphemy since 2010, has been acquitted by Pakistan's Supreme Court.
In the wake of the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh, U.S. religious and political analysts have been debating if and what kind of effect President Donald Trump has had on anti-Semitism.
A secular watchdog group has ranked the best and worst countries for atheists and non-religious people, finding the United States to be among the best, with Islamic regimes making up the worst.
The family of kidnapped Christian schoolgirl Leah Sharibu have asked for prayers after Islamic radical group Boko Haram demanded for $275 million USD for her release.
Brazilian politician Jair Bolsonaro, who has won his country's election to become the next president, has sharply divided opinions among evangelicals, churches, and families.
Churches in America have defended asylum seekers and opposed military action at the U.S.-Mexico border, as President Donald Trump sent in 5,200 extra troops against the migrant caravan.
Artwork masquerading as city posters have gone up in New York, with captions referring to Bible-believing Donald Trump supporters and Chick-fil-A customers as "trash."
Robert Bowers, the man who killed 11 people at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, quoted from the Bible and talked about Jesus Christ online as part of this rhetoric against Jewish people.
Chinese Christians have no option but to stand up for their faith in the face of the communist government trying to rewrite the Bible, a persecution watchdog group has warned.
The white man who killed two black people at a Kentucky grocery store last week had tried minutes before to enter an African-American church, with fears it could have led to a massacre.
American Christian leaders and megachurch pastors have condemned and expressed their solidarity with the victims and families of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday.
Christian students have admitted that sexual assault stories concerning megachurch leaders are making God's call for forgiveness challenging.
Roman Catholic bishops in Honduras have admitted that their country is in a "shocking" and "shameful" state, which has added to the thousands-strong caravan headed to the U.S. border.
SBC Pres. JD Greear Says Christians on Opposing Sides of Halloween Debate Should Not Judge Each Other
Christians on opposite sides of the debate on whether it's OK to celebrate Halloween should not judge, but respect each other, says Pastor JD. Greear.
A Houston federal judge dismissed on Wednesday a legal case led by conservative Christians against a local public library's "Drag Queen Story Hour" events.
A painting of Jesus Christ somehow survived unharmed in a massive fire in Massachusetts that burned a historic 150-year-old church to the ground.
Pastor David Platt recently visited the border between North and South Korea, praying for persecuted believers outside a demolished church and inside a secret tunnel.
Students at the University of Oxford in the U.K. have voted in favor of banning a conservative Christian group from holding a residential camp for young people.
Followers of a Hindu religion in India seized a Protestant church and removed its cross and held a "purification" ceremony in the building that was once used to worship Jesus Christ.
A persecution watchdog group has explored the reasons why North Korean leader Kim Jong Un remains "afraid" of Christianity, which go to the heart of people's beliefs about Jesus.
A number of parents in Colorado are outraged after a public school invited a drag queen to speak to children for a career day, prompting a partial apology from the principal.
Asia Bibi's Life in Extreme Danger Even If Released From Death Row: 'They'd Feel Proud of Killing Her'
Christian mother-of-five Asia Bibi's life is in imminent danger even if she is released from death row, a religious freedom advocate has warned.
Christians are divided on their views of a controversial ad campaign in Australia showing Jesus becoming an organ donor while nailed to the cross. Over 16,000 have signed an online petition in protest.
Pastor Paul David Tripp has opened up about the sickness he's been suffering, revealing that the pain was so unbearable at one point that he wanted to die.
Thirteen Christians were reportedly tortured by authorities in Sudan, leaving one vomiting and bleeding in critical condition, before they were released on Monday.