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CT Exclusive: Dinesh D'Souza Denies Infidelity
World magazine article is 'clear effort to destroy my career,' he says. World says it isn't.
The New President of Fuller Seminary's Vision for Shaping 100 Denominations and 70 Countries
An exclusive interview with Mark Labberton on being a Berkeley pastor, learning from Global South leaders, and the prospects of an online M.Div.
The Modern Christian Woman’s Greatest Sin? Disorganization, Suggests Survey
Barna survey suggests Christian women unlikely to admit struggling with lust or envy.
Will Plight of Girl With Down Syndrome Prompt End of Pakistan's Blasphemy Law?
Recent cases involving Christian children provoke heated debate.
Majority of Churchgoers Never Share Their Faith, LifeWay Study Shows
New LifeWay research indicates that 1 in 5 churchgoers do not even pray for non-Christians.
Britain Legalizes Same-Sex Marriages After Church of England Backs Down
(UPDATED) After Queen grants approval, Britain legalizes same-sex marriages.
Wheaton College's HHS Contraception Lawsuit Dismissed After Prompting 'Safe Harbor' Rewrite
Rewrite of "safe harbor" policy gives religious colleges one more year to comply.
Coptic Leaders Condemn Film As Muslim Protests Kill 28 in 10 Countries
"Innocence of Muslims" linked to Coptic Christian activists in the U.S.
New Charges In 1984 Massacre Of Peru Christians
After 30 years, Peruvian officers face "crimes against humanity" for Putis massacre.
Coptic Children Released After Initial Arrest For 'Insulting Islam'
(Updated) Two boys, ages 9 and 10, were released pending investigation and questioning but not acquitted.
Racial Discrimination By Billy Graham Evangelistic Association? Judge Says No
Jury finds no racial motivation in case of former BGEA employee who lost her job.
Adult Stem Cell Researchers Win Nobel Medicine Prize
"We can't keep destroying embryos for our research," said Shinya Yamanaka of his motivation.
Christian Communities Cautious on Philippines Peace Deal (UPDATED)
Agreement hopes to end disputes between Filipino government and Muslim separatists.
Cuban Christians Can Soon Travel More Freely
Loosening of visa restrictions allows more travel by religious groups.
Egypt's Copts Select Bishop Tawadros as Next Orthodox Pope
Unlike predecessor, Tawadros promises to prioritize “living with our brothers, the Muslims.”
Philippines Christians Warm to Cremation
Catholic bishops approve, but frown upon scattering ashes as "irreverent."
World's Biggest Bible Publisher? China
Amity Printing Company passes 100-million mark.
IHOP Prayer Movement Disputes Link to Murder in Religious Sex Group (Updated)
International House of Prayer University president: "This group has always operated independently."
Oklahoma Teen Sentenced to 10 Years in Church
To avoid prison, 17-year-old must graduate, wear ankle monitor, and attend church every Sunday.
Should Megachurch's Cafe and Gym Be Taxed as Businesses?
(Updated) Five-year dispute centers on $425,000 tax bill for Christ Church Nashville's activities center.

Top Story October 26, 2020

Will Peace with Israel Secure Sudan’s Religious Freedom?
Will $335 Million Peace with Israel Secure Sudan’s Religious Freedom?
Sudanese religious leaders and American human rights experts examine the latest and symbolically powerful Arab normalization agreement with the Jewish state.

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