This is a sad day for marriage, but now we know the truth.
It’s been a breathtaking week on the culture front in relation to homosexuality.
A judge in Upper Egypt has dismissed all charges against a group of Salafi Muslims who cut off the ear of a Christian.
The complete Bible has been rendered into 469 tongues as of 2010. Now, add Inuktitut to that list.
Everyone loves a good escape story. But in the case of a certain Chinese dissident, the world needs to hear the rest of the story.
Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani's attorney may find himself serving a nine-year prison sentence soon, leaving Nadarkhani without a lawyer.
Amid global euphoria over reforms in parts of Burma, life has changed little for more than 3 million Christians and minorities.
A press conference was held last week in D.C. to address the dramatic increase in Christian persecution around the world.
Kuwait's parliament has provisionally voted in favor of a legal amendment that could make insulting Allah and the Islamic prophet Mohammed punishable by death.
A district judge allowed NYC churches to continue meeting at public schools until June 19, but they could lose access again.