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From DC to Mecca, Should ‘Human Dignity’ Be the New ‘Religious Freedom’?
Shift in human rights language could allow for greater acceptance in the Muslim world.
Sri Lankan Sunday School Was ‘Willing to Die for Christ’ on Easter. Half Did.
Amid funerals and fears after ISIS-linked attacks, Christian leaders across the island explain how they are guiding the faithful on mourning and Muslims.
Pew: US Christians Like the Israeli and Palestinian People More Than Their Governments
(UPDATED) American evangelicals are more likely than American Jews (67% vs. 47%) to say Trump is “striking the right balance” on Israel.
Arab Spring Again? Christians in Sudan and Algeria Cheer Regime Changes
Historic confessions escape an Islamist, while Muslim converts pray for reform.
Will Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ on Israel-Palestine Please Evangelicals?
CT asked 11 leaders in US and Middle East to assess the red lines of a peace plan, expected soon after Netanyahu’s coalition wins election.
Judeo-Christian Politics … in Israel?
In historic election granting Netanyahu a record fifth term, the Bible Bloc Party’s vision is struck down but not destroyed.
US Catholics Now as Concerned About Persecution as Climate Change or Refugees
But more than a third incorrectly believe Christians suffer less than half of world’s religious freedom violations.
How Should Christians Respond to Christchurch Mosque Massacre?
Eleven evangelical experts weigh in as death toll of New Zealand Muslims hits 50.
40 Years Later, Iran’s Islamic Revolution Feels Threatened by House Churches
Mass crowds celebrate 1979 uprising as Christian watchdogs lament surge in arrests.
Francis of Arabia: Will UAE’s Warm Welcome Help Christians Feel More at Home?
Religious freedom on the agenda as pope leads largest-ever Christian gathering in the heart of Islam.
From Russia, Without Love: Ukraine Marks Orthodox Christmas with Biggest Schism Since 1054
Eastern Orthodox experts and Protestant neighbors explain impact of Constantinople freeing Kiev from Moscow.
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.
O Come, Ye Gazan Christians, to Bethlehem
Israeli policy holds up Christmas travel plans for believers in the Palestinian strip.
Jesus’ Baptism Site Is a Minefield to Navigate. Literally.
Tourism expected to surge as 1,500 landmines are removed from Jordan River’s shore, with remaining 5,000 hopefully gone by next Christmas.
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?
Bearing False Witness
Arab theologians advise Americans not to fear Islam’s alleged “permission to lie.”
Will Trump Sanctions Help Andrew Brunson More Than They Hurt Turkish Christians?
Religious freedom advocates consider if the need of the one outweighs the needs of the many.
Evangelical Ethiopian Helps End Orthodox Schism
Africa’s youngest head of state heals the wounds of one of its oldest churches.
Under the Law: Israeli Christians Worry About Secondary Status in Jewish Nation-State
Palestinian Christians and Messianic Jews cautious as region’s only democracy makes its identity politics official.
What Jordan’s Evangelicals Think of Templeton Winner King Abdullah’s Interfaith Acclaim
The ruler was awarded the prestigious $1.4 million prize for modeling Islamic tolerance internationally. Here’s how Protestants in his home country gauge his leadership.
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