Posts Tagged ‘christianity’
A Hmong church leader in Vietnam has been beaten to death in police custody, area sources said.
When emotional hardship is met, we find ourselves with a choice of how to fill it. There are many ways, but only one produces a final solution.
Muslim mobs attack a Christian area of Lahore after blasphemy allegation.
Saeed Abedini and wife Nagmeh. (ACLJ photo) ISTANBUL (Morning Star News) – An Iranian-American pastor imprisoned for planting house churches in Iran years ago writes that he is undergoing torture, death threats, and pressure to...
Courthouse square in Benghazi, April 2011; since the fall of the Muammar Gaddafi regime, penalties for proselytism are unclear.
Question: "How should a Christian view gun control?" Answer: The recent shootings across the United States have caused much heartache. The senseless and tragic incidents have also renewed the intensity of discussion regardin...
An Iranian-American who will go on trial in Iran on Monday (Jan. 21) for apostasy, or leaving Islam, has been beaten and threatened with the death penalty during interrogation, sources said.
Africa, where Christianity spread fastest during the past century, now is the region where oppression of Christians is spreading fastest, a new report says. The two-year-old Arab Spring has toppled autocrats across Northern A...
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Check out Malachi's exclusive and in-depth interview with K-Drama about his background in music, unity in Christian hip hop, classic albums, and more...
A new report on global religious identity shows that while Christians and Muslims make up the two largest groups, those with no religious affiliation — including atheists and agnostics — are now the third-largest “religious” gr...