The Oklahoma state Senate voted down a bill that would have prohibited state judges from considering foreign laws, including religious laws, in their decisions.
Officials last week confiscated and sealed a church building in southern Laos after holding a two-day seminar warning against religious belief.
Rarely do Easter and the world of sports mix so smoothly, but yesterday they did.
Though still facing a possible execution, imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is still alive -- and recently passed his 900th day behind bars for being a Christian.
Young people’s desire to drive wanes, overwhelmed by online networking.
More than one-third of U.S. adolescents have an iPhone, survey finds.
A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives on a busy road in Kaduna after attempting to drive into a church compound and apparently being turned away by a security guard.
Anchorage residents shot down a measure that would have expanded the city’s nondiscrimination ordinance to include "sexual orientation and transgender identity."
I don’t know how Easter Sunday went for you, but I have a hunch.
Local officials in Moa, Cuba have told the family of a Cuban pastor who was violently attacked and left for dead in February that they have no suspects in the case.
Sometime before dawn on Sunday morning, a spike-torn hand twitched. A blood-crusted eyelid opened. The breath of God came blowing down into that cave, and a new creation flashed into reality...
- April 08, 2012 |
A juvenile court in Egypt last week sentenced a 17-year-old Coptic Christian to three years in prison for allegedly insulting Islam.
- April 08, 2012 |
Reports released from various news sources confirmed today that artist Thomas Kinkade died Friday at age 54 in his Los Gatos, Calif., home.
- April 07, 2012 |
Although Muslims represent less than one in every 100 Americans, a new study shows their votes could sway the results of this year's presidential election.
Nigerian authorities have boosted security for Easter weekend, fearing Muslim extremists will carry out attacks against Christians on the holiday.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
By now you’ve probably heard that Chuck Colson, the beloved founder of Prison Fellowship and a very dear personal friend of mine, is in critical condition and recovering from emergency surgery.
As attacks toward Christians have increased in recent months, Kenyan church leaders are pleading with the government for protection.
Massachusetts school officials removed the word "God" from the popular song "God Bless the U.S.A." then pulled it altogether from an upcoming concert.
- April 05, 2012 |