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- January 06, 2012 |
Additionally, at least 36 regulations to ban religious practices deemed deviant from Islam were drafted or implemented in 2011.
- January 06, 2012 |
Nearly one in four girls who gets the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine mistakenly thinks that her risk of getting other sexually transmitted diseases is lowered, a new study indicates.
Canada's government is preparing to install an Office of Religious Freedom within the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Yousef Nadarkhani could spend another year in jail, and there are no assurances he will not be executed.
It's common to get caught up in the serious side of life, and how can we not? It’s a rare day that we don’t encounter somber circumstances of one sort or another.
The report shows an increase in the number of abortions performed at its clinics and a continued decline in the number of adoption referrals.
More Christians will be persecuted in 2012 than any year in recent memory.
Two platoons were sent to Plateau and Borno states just days after Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency there.
A Dutch review of prior research reveals that the more physically active school-aged children are, the better they fare in the classroom.
...even if they didn't know it was going on in their home.
For the first time in a single week, more than 1 billion apps were downloaded. Buoyed by new devices given as Christmas gifts, 1.2 billion apps were downloaded in the last week of December.
It seems fitting to begin the New Year with talk of an important election.
American churchgoers are just as likely to use Twitter, Facebook and the Internet as non-churchgoers.
Authorities once again thwarted Shouwang Church's efforts to rent a worship facility, and arrested 48 from an outdoor service.
The largest growth in Christianity during the past 100 years has occurred in sub-Saharan African countries.
The U.S. has unfrozen $40 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority, and the Obama administration wants to allocate more.
Whenever I start to get discouraged about the future of the church, I remember a conversation I had a few years ago with evangelical theologian Carl F. H. Henry on what would turn out to be his last visit to Southern Seminary before his death...
The founder of a faith-based alternative to the Girl Scouts credits God for her organization's continued growth.
Is the U.S. headed for overpopulation? No, say many Christian leaders.