Police in Pakistan have charged a young Christian man with "blasphemy" after he had an argument with Muslims over a billiards game.
There have been few things more damaging to the church’s witness than how it has handled moral failure among its leaders.
No arrests have been made since 600 Islamists hurled bags filled with urine and ditchwater at about 100 members of a church last week and threatened to kill its pastor.
A new study has found a strong correlation between teenage consumers of online porn and risky sexual behaviors.
Dawkins supports the mission of England's Department of Education to make sure every public school has a copy of the 1611 translation of the King James Bible -- albeit with an ulterior motive.
The Nigerian military's discovery of a Muslim terrorist base in Jos full of ammunition and explosives refutes Islamist claims that Christians have been bombing their own churches.
At last count, 43 Catholic institutions, including the University of Notre Dame, have filed lawsuits challenging the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate that religious organizations provide medical coverage that violates their conscience and religious liberties.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a town board's practice of opening meetings with prayer was unconstitutional because the town didn't try hard enough to find non-Christian speakers.
SBC's Bob Stith speaks out on Charles Worley's plan to get rid of gays
Muslims severely beat a pregnant Christian woman -- causing her to lose twins to miscarriage -- in an effort to pressure her family into dropping charges of raping her 13-year-old niece.
YouTube has seen its video uploads grow 50 percent over the last year: Users are now uploading 72 hours of video every minute, compared to 48 hours just a year ago.
According to a new study, diabetes and pre-diabetes rates are soaring among the nation's teens, jumping from 9 percent of the adolescent population in 2000 to 23 percent in 2008.
Egypt's State Security Court sentenced 12 Christians to life in prison Monday while acquitting eight Muslims for their roles in an April 2011 fight in Minya.
The New York State Senate passed a bill making it illegal to view child pornography, in response to a recent court ruling that said simply looking at such content -- but not printing or saving it -- was legal.
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As they moved toward the baptistry, candidates were expected to recite the Creed, not to show that they “meant business” but in order to show that they were now entrusted with a glorious mystery of the faith, expected to preserve this for the next generation. (Read more)
A year after a deadly EF-5 tornado struck Joplin, Mo., a church that was destroyed plans to reach out and minister to victims of recent tornadoes in Indiana.
As Egyptians prepare to vote May 23 in the first post-Mubarak elections, the country's minority Christians are deeply worried.
Teens are at high risk when participating in car surfing, a thrill-seeking activity in which people ride on the exterior of a vehicle while it's being driven by another person.