An Iranian Christian who threatened to end his life by starving himself to death after he was sentenced to 15 years in jail has been released on bail.
Finland has reportedly seen a flood of conversions from Islam to Christianity, with hundreds of asylum seekers from the Middle East turning to the Christian faith, officials in the Evangelical Lutheran community said.
A church visit has turned into a press-packed collision for Justin Bieber; the pop star knocked down a photographer as he drove away from a Beverly Hills church last night. The paparazzo was taken to hospital for his injuries.
Most American Muslims report feeling unwelcome in US society, are dissatisfied with the direction of the country and are worried about Donald Trump. However, nine in 10 are proud to be American, still believe in the 'American Dream', and have seen a dramatic shift in their acceptance of homosexuality.
A Muslim feminist who triggered death threats and fatwas by founding a liberal mosque in Berlin, is planning to open a similarly inclusive place of worship in the UK as part of a 'revolution' in Islam.
Five members of an American interfaith delegation to Israel, including three Jews, were prevented from boarding their flight from Washington DC, reportedly because of their activism on behalf of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS).
American Christians are known for feeding the hungry and giving clothes to the poor, but many of their other 'good deeds' go unnoticed to the average American, a new study suggests.
Pop megastar Justin Bieber appears to have denied suggestions that he quit his third world tour in order to start a church.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday urged all Muslims to visit and 'protect' Jerusalem in the wake of violence over metal detectors that Israel installed and later removed from the Temple Mount.
Cardinal George Pell, the Pope's financial adviser and highest-ranking figure in the Australian Catholic Church, was silent this morning as he entered Melbourne Magistrate's Court where he faces charges of historic sex offences.
The head of the Anglican Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Bishop Howard Gregory, has broken ranks with many fellow Christian leaders in the region and urged for the removal of the offence of sodomy from the law.
'RIP' as an expression of sympathy after a death is unbiblical and a form of superstition connected to Roman Catholicism, according to Northern Ireland's Protestant Orange Order.