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The convicted killer of Archbishop Arsanious Wadid in Alexandria, Egypt was sentenced to death earlier this month, according to Copts-United.
Leaders of the Evangelical Covenant Church, which has about 900 congregations in the U.S. and Canada, elected the Rev. Tammy Swanson-Draheim to be the denomination’s first female president, according to an announcement by the Chicago-based group.
Events that happened this week in Christian history include the first Keswick Convention, the Mennonite Church restoring a former bishop’s credentials, and the Supreme Court decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby.
Pro-abortion activists attempted to breach the Arizona Senate building during the first night of protests following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case that returned abortion laws back to individual states to decide.
As the Biden administration issued new Title IX guidelines Thursday allowing trans-identifying males to compete in women’s sports, a large cross-section of women rallied in opposition mere blocks away from the White House.
Archeological workers restoring the historic Syriac Orthodox Mar Thomas Church in Iraq’s capital Mosul, which was heavily damaged by Islamic state fighters about four years ago, have discovered about a dozen ancient relics and parchments connected to several saints, according to reports.
Four years in the making, the production “David” opened at Sight & Sound Theatres this year and explores the journey of an unassuming shepherd boy who became a king.
Among the free food, games and other prizes offered at an event hosted by the Family Life Christian Center in Clinton, Iowa, Saturday, the chance to win a $100 gas card is the biggest incentive promoted by Senior Pastor Kenny Hilliard Jr. to convince his community to show up.
Former President Donald Trump said Friday that the U.S. Supreme Court was able to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision concluding that there is no constitutional right to abortion not just because he appointed three constitutionalist justices to the high court during his presidency but because “God made the decision.”
A New Jersey nonprofit is helping parents in the North Texas area weather a nationwide baby formula shortage with an international effort involving Christians and Orthodox Jews.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization declaring that the Constitution does not contain a right to an abortion, activists on both sides of the contentious debate gathered outside the Supreme Court to react to the ruling.