It happened again last week, this time at a 7-Eleven in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Evangelist Billy Graham has been hospitalized in Asheville, N.C., to be tested for possible pneumonia.
A chronicle of the Pilgrims' arrival at Plymouth, as recorded by Nathaniel Morton.
Egypt's Christian minority turned out in droves for voting Monday and Tuesday in the country's first elections post-Mubarak.
A group of 73 evangelicals have joined together in a declaration affirming that God is three persons in one.
A recent survey found Jesus is the second most popular person in America, just behind Abraham Lincoln.
He arrived at a time when the nation was fearful and fighting malaise, hungry for a hero to root for, eager to find hope amidst the dark clouds of uncertainty.
Economic woes and a decline in Christian youth have led some faith-based colleges to close and others to try to appeal to a wider base.
Mariano Rajoy had promised in February that if elected, he would repeal certain abortion and pro-gay curriculum laws.
As a new constitutional draft is expected this week that would forbid conversion, a Christian charity office was bombed and pastors assaulted.
The new Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender studies major is raising questions about economics and religious liberty.
A large cross outside a chapel on a military base in northern Afghanistan was taken down, prompting outrage from soldiers stationed there.
While about one of nine youths attempt suicide by the time they graduate from high school, new findings reveal that a significant proportion make their first suicide attempt in elementary or middle school.
Pew Internet & American Life Project, has found that nearly half of American 12-year-olds -- 45% -- have profiles on social networking sites, which means 1.78 million 12-year-olds are evading Facebook’s age limits.
Some say aging pastors and huge overheads may threaten the longevity of megachurches as we know them.
In the midst of economic turmoil, leadership changes and a looming recession, more Greeks are turning to their faith.
There are wonderful exceptions, I know, but by and large, the contemporary American seminary mirrors the contemporary American law school – and in all the worst ways.
Egypt's highest Islamic legal official denied that Coptic Christians faced religious discrimination in the Muslim-majority country.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a drop in national birth rates for the third straight year.
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For the small Christian minorities in the Middle East and Africa, the "Arab Spring" has resulted in increased persecution.
- November 27, 2011 |