Nigerian soldiers summoned to the city of Bauchi to stop fighting between Muslim and Christian youths last week shot and killed a Christian mother of five.
- October 27, 2011 |
Horror movies are undergoing their own bloodbath underperforming at the box office, largely due to the absence of young people.
A group dedicated to keeping Muslim law from being established in the U.S. had its conference venue canceled after the hotel raised safety concerns.
A pre-trial hearing in Kansas' criminal case against Planned Parenthood was postponed after prosecutors revealed that state health officials shredded key documents.
An Alabama pastor with a heart for the persecuted church will lead thousands of Christians worldwide in simulating an "underground church" meeting.
The new 2012 Harris Poll Youth EquiTrend® study, by Harris Interactive reveals Apple's computers, iPads and iPhones dominate the technology youth market. The annual study benchmarks the brands that America's youth prefer and those that have the ability to dominate their industries' youth market share.
Iranian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani continues to be held in prison while waiting on his verdict from the local court following his conviction on apostasy charges.
Adrian Smith, a housing manager in England, got a pay cut and demotion after sharing his beliefs against gay marriage on his personal Facebook page.
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Muslims long opposed to a church near Khartoum have attacked Christians trying to finish constructing their building.
Iraqi Christians feel that the government fails to give them the security and freedom to worship in peace, and thousands are leaving the country.
On the floor of the Darwinian exchange, traders bark, “Evolution is fact, Fact, FACT!” But it’s a fact that has proven to be a hard sell.
Police in the island nation of Maldives held a teacher from India for 15 days before deporting him for having a Bible in his house.
Five people were pulled alive from the rubble Monday after one man managed to call for help on his cell phone.
Family Research Council Action president Tony Perkins disputed President Obama's new religious voter outreach efforts.
For every hour that American teens listen to music, they hear more than three references to brand-name alcohol -- about 34 in the course of day.
Let's face it -- China has been on a roll. But money and public relations aren’t everything. There are also two-year-old girls.
The gospel of Jesus Christ confronts and challenges the modern world.