More on Religious Freedom
Asia Rising: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Follow Jesus
China’s church raids drew headlines, but 26 countries—including India—treated Christians worse in 2018.
Ahead of 2019, Bulgaria Rejects Severe Church Restrictions
The new year brings new regulations—but thankfully not the worship and seminary bans evangelicals initially feared.
Covenantal Theology: Can Muhammad’s Ancient Promise Inspire Muslim-Christian Peace Today?
To acquit Asia Bibi of blasphemy, Pakistan’s Supreme Court relied on supposed seventh-century treaty by Islam’s prophet.
Egypt Approves 168 More Churches
With around 500 out of 3,700 Christian applications approved since 2016 law, is government’s progress on legalizing worship sites slow or steady?
Bulgaria Revises Proposed Restrictions on Church Activity
Update: After considering laws to halt training, foreign funding, and missionary outreach, the European nation eases its approach.
What to Do About Persecution in China
Our most effective weapon against injustice is carried and concealed in our hearts.
Free at Last: Andrew Brunson Released by Turkey After Two Years
American pastor was imprisoned on false charges of terrorism.
Christians Win the Great British Cake Off
In the UK version of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ashers Baking Company secures a bigger legal victory in the gay cake debate.
Still No Churches in Saudi Arabia, But Small Steps Toward Religious Freedom
US envoy celebrates “unprecedented” progress under the promise of more moderate Muslim rule.
Evangelicals Argue Against US Reducing Refugees to 30,000
Trump administration says Christians in Iraq face genocide; only 18 have been allowed to resettle in America this year.