Editorial choices by the Daily Mississippian, the campus paper at the University of Mississippi, suggest a bias against Christians and toward leftist views. That's not right.
"God will ask you to account for this sacrilege, believe it or not, and the Catholics will also ask you."
Pope Francis warned "the unguarded tongue, set on fire by hell, sets all things ablaze" in an attack on fake Internet news.
China outlined how they uphold religious freedom on Tuesday while the Bible was pulled from online retailers.
Stories about what happens after we die are often contradictory, but there are some major similarities.
For those who do not seek God’s forgiveness, Pope Francis says, “There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls.”
The continent was once home to most of the world’s Christians, but today many people between 16 and 29 claim they have no religious affiliation.
The mosaic was found in one of the Holy Land's earliest places of Christian worship.
The image doesn't match what we know about his homeland.
Thinking of the self as an illusion was assumed to curb fears of death and spark generosity. Researchers were shocked to find otherwise.
The pool drains into a fountain called a "nymphaeon"—the first such structure found in Israel.
Biblical scholars have been waiting for a clear shot at M.910 since the early '60s.
"If you’re going to make an analogy, at least know what you’re talking about.”
This is Josiah Duggar's second official "courtship" of a woman.
There are roughly 300,000 Christians in North Korea, a nation of over 25 million people who are largely atheists.
Andy Savage, megachurch pastor at Highpoint Church, received thunderous applause from his congregation after admitting he sexually assaulted a teenager 20 years ago.
The Book of Deer, written at the monastery, is an illuminated manuscript—embellished with gold and silver—from the Bible's New Testament.
An ancient Syriac manuscript provides a much richer description of the wise men's visit to baby Jesus.
A new report from a Catholic organization found that the persecution of Christians is worse “than at any time in history.”
Of 80 graves excavated on site, this was the only one to contain artifacts of this kind.
Pence wanted to raise awareness of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, but the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem has changed that.