In one of the eight attacks on Christians since the COVID-19 lockdown was partially lifted in India two weeks ago, a mob of about 150 people in the southern state of Telangana dragged a pastor into the street and beat him while he was praying for a sick person. “They kicked me like they would kick a football,” Pastor Suresh Rao, a church planter, told the U.S.-based Christian persecution watchdog International Christian Concern.
One of the world’s largest networks of evangelical churches has expressed concerns over Israel’s plans to claim sovereignty over large areas of the West Bank, a territory that is home to millions of Palestinian Arabs and over 400,000 Jewish Israelis.?
This week in Church history: The ordination of Charles Finney, Catholic social activist Dorothy Day signs an anti-abortion statement, and the Crusaders take Antioch.
Three historic hotels in Colorado take guests back to when mining towns boomed in the mountains.
I ended up serving 15 years of a 25-year sentence for my wrong choice.
In vision, style, and personage, many view Donald Trump as a type of Nebuchadnezzar, a child of ancient Babylon
Here's what I’ve learned about church membership classes.
Our culture is fishing in an empty bathtub. Racism, secularism, naturalism, progressivism, and socialism are empty bathtubs in a world of empty bathtubs that will never produce peace, freedom, equality, or justice.
Then I had an extraordinary opportunity to serve in New York City through a cerebral palsy home, soup kitchen and food bank.
Clearly, genocide is what Boko Haram and the Fulani herdsman are after in Nigeria.
If the?Obergefell?earthquake was the legal and cultural equivalent of a magnitude 7, the?Bostock v. Clayton County?decision may be a magnitude 9.
Prominent New York City megachurch pastor A.R. Bernard is offering solutions on how to combat injustice in churches and the wider society.?The senior pastor of the Christian Culture Center spoke with The Christian Post for an in-depth look at the history of racism in America and how it informed the Western church.
He believes the U.S. Senate could benefit from having a pastor in its midst right now and Rev. Raphael Warnock, who is vying to become Georgia’s first black member in the upper chamber of Congress, believes he should be the one.
Multiple polls show that socialism is continuing to gain support among younger generations and political liberals. Apologist Alex McFarland told The Christian Post that he's addressing socialism more in his work because of "the growing interest in socialism among young people."