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- March 16, 2012 |
Saudi Arabia's grand mufti, the nation's highest Islamic authority, said no Christian churches should be allowed in the Arabian Peninsula.
- March 16, 2012 |
A pastor in Cuba is recovering from brain damage after he was assaulted while trying to challenge the confiscation of a church truck by authorities.
Chinese religious charity groups must now do their work without the help of foreign donations.
A majority of Americans say religiously affiliated organizations should be able to opt out of the Obama administration's abortion/contraceptive mandate.
The idea of “hyper-connectivity” is being constantly connected to electronic devices. It appears to be the bane of the so-called millennials, the generation born from 1981-2000 who came of age in the new millennium.
The Egyptian parliament voted unanimously Monday to support a document declaring Israel its number one enemy.
According to a new study, the race-based achievement gap is greatly reduced among blacks and Latinos who have religious participation and parental involvement.
Only 8 percent of teens are getting the nine-plus hours of sleep recommended by the Naitonal Sleep Foundation.
According to a recent study by the Pew Research Center, 31 percent said young adults shouldn’t have to be on their own until age 25 or older.
This is not about whether tattoos are a good or bad idea.
A young Pakistani mother has been falsely accused of "blaspheming" Muhammad because she rebuffed relatives' attempts to force her to renounce her Christian faith.
Another church in Tehran, Iran has been ordered to stop its Friday Persian-language services, which attracted many converts.
Iranian authorities have admitted for the first time that their case against Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani involves his Christian faith and religious activity.
Suspected Hindu militants broke up a Christian prayer meeting and forced two women leading the gathering to stop evangelizing.
A DVD series featuring a "revamped and modern" Ten Commandments has gained popularity, but many argue that "tampering" with Scripture takes away from God's word.
According to a recent story in the San Francisco Chronicle there is a disturbing trend developing with teenage girls on the internet.
64 percent of children raised in lesbian households consider having homosexual relationships, compared to 17 percent raised by heterosexual parents.
In a case before the European Court of Human Rights, British officials plan to argue that Christians have no right to wear a cross to work.