Syrian pastors report many Christians targeted in the country's conflict, which a Middle East expert blames on Islamic fighters from all over the region.
- February 16, 2012 |
Many Nigerians have fled to neighboring Cameroon to escape violence by the Islamist Boko Haram group and revenge attacks by Christians.
The Muslim Brotherhood is demanding that Egypt's ruling military generals give up their power and appoint a Brotherhood member as the new prime minister.
Christians from Kachin State have fled ongoing killings, torture, rape and the destruction of homes, churches and villages by the Burma Army.
Al Qaeda's support of Syrian rebels raises fears that Islamic extremists could exploit the uprising that began 11 months ago with calls for democratic change.
An atheist couple in Massachusetts believe their three children are being discriminated against with the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Tommy Jordan, the laptop shooting angry dad has become an Internet folk hero for meting out gunslinging justice to his rebellious 15-year-old daughter, says despite all of the notoriety, he'd do it over again.
According to a new poll, 58 percent of men and 53 percent of women said they believed in love in first sight.
Although I didn’t watch the Grammy Awards last night, I did hear about host LL Cool J’s opening prayer. It was offered in response to the sudden death of singer Whitney Houston.
A former member of Seattle's Mars Hill Church spoke out recently about the church's disciplinary tactics, prompting outrage and additional accounts.
Authoritarian parents whose child-rearing style can be summed up as “it’s my way or the highway” are more likely to raise disrespectful, delinquent children who do not see them as legitimate authority figures.
Analysts warn that the recent increase in violence in Egypt is putting the country's minority Christian population in great danger.
This government’s recent volley across the bow of religious freedom is nothing less than a direct assault on individual freedom of conscience.
A crackdown on sex-selection abortions in Taiwan saved about 1,000 female unborn babies from death last year.
Yesterday marked the last day some 60 NYC congregations could hold services in rented public school space.
As an unapologetically, unswervingly pro-life organization, we disagree strongly with the Obama administration that free access to drugs that can cause abortions makes women or society healthier or safer.
When I insist that the rest of the congregation serve as back-up singers in my own little nostalgic hit parade of back-home Mississippi hymns, I am worshipping in the spirit all right. It’s just not the Holy Spirit. (Read more)
I have the worship music tastes of a seventy-five year-old woman. There I admitted it.