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A bill introduced in the Israeli Knesset to criminalize evangelism in the Holy Land points to the fear among Orthodox Jews that if Jewish people are presented with the Good News message, they will ...
The head of the Evangelical Alliance, Gavin Calver, believes the organisation may see a growth in membership as the Church of England moves ahead with divisive plans to bless same-sex couples.
A senior Church of England bishop has raised serious concerns about new election laws that he believes could adversely impact "the poorest and the most marginalised."
A Christian pastor in the U.K. arrested and found guilty of harassing and “misgendering” an individual who identifies as transgender recently saw his conviction overturned nearly two years after his legal nightmare began.
The late co-founder and CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, was well-known (some would say notorious) for his attention to detail when it came to the design of Apple products.
What does it mean to open the door to evil — and what do demonic possession, exorcism, and spiritual healing look like in the modern era?
Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life hero of the movie Hotel Rwanda, which told the story of a man who saved the lives of approximately 1,200 people during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, has been released ...
The introduction of minimum unit pricing (MUP) on alcohol in Scotland has saved lives, according to new research published in The Lancet medical journal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that his government will not pass a bill that would criminalize Christian evangelism, a proposal that drew concern from American Evangelicals.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that his government will not pass a bill that would criminalize Christian evangelism, a proposal that drew concern from American Evangelicals
A drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six people on Thursday in northeast Syria, the Pentagon said Friday. The U.S. intelligence community determined the drone was of Iranian origin, said U.S. ...