What little religious freedom Christians in Iran had—especially believers who are not from a minority ethnic group—is quickly coming to an end. Farsi-speaking Christians, many of whom are likely converts from Islam, have been told they are no longer allowed to worship at one of the few remaining churches.
As Christians around the world prepare to openly celebrate Christmas this year, many believers in the Middle East will not be so lucky.
The latest news to come out of the war-torn country is the abduction of 12 nuns from a predominately Christian village by Islamist rebels.
The United States Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on the constitutionality of prayer before public meetings.
“They said what they would do, and we did not listen. Then they did what they said they would do.”
An Iranian court rejected the appeal of U.S. citizen and American pastor Saeed Abedini, who was sentenced to eight years in a notoriously brutal Iranian prison for his Christian faith.
In MSNBC host Ed Schultz’s worldview, you’re a “phony Christian” if you don’t support Obamacare, or something.
An atheist Facebook group suggests the Virgin Mary 'should've aborted.' After considering appeals from religious social media users to have it taken down, site administrators have allowed the group to continue posting.