Home Secretary Theresa May has said she will be \"actively\" considering whether to ban the U.S. pastor who caused a diplomatic and media storm when he threatened to burn a Quran to mark 9/11.
A street preacher has been awarded more than $6,000 in damages after a judge ruled it was wrong for police to arrest and handcuff him for speaking out against homosexuality.
The Christian Institute is appealing for prayer ahead of a court hearing next week on the case of Christian guesthouse owners who refused to accommodate a homosexual couple.
Pope Benedict XVI is scheduled to meet with the new general secretary of the World Council of Churches, the Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, on Saturday.
A mother of two has become the first Christian woman in Pakistan to be sentenced to death for blasphemy. Asia Bibi, a field laborer in her thirties, was handed the sentence by a court of sessions in Punjab province on Sunday.
A Muslim leader is calling on the Iraqi government and US-led forces to step up their efforts to protect the Christian minority in Iraq from extinction.
Church leaders have expressed their sorrow over the attack on a church in Iraq that left around 58 people dead. Dr. Tveit said the WCC was \"deeply troubled\" by the \"continuous suffering\" of Christians in Iraq
Churches in India have committed themselves to being \"zero tolerance zones\" for caste-based discrimination.
The decision to award Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo the Nobel Peace Prize is \"heartening,\" the head of the World Council of Churches has said.
He is a hero of the anti-apartheid movement and an ever influential campaigner adored by the world, but Archbishop Desmond Tutu has decided to call time on public life.