(The Christian Science Monitor) One of the most prominent Protestant clergy in China, Gu Yuese, has been detained along with his wife and held incommunicado as part of what Chinese evangelical leaders say is a broad official crackdown in China on what is described as harmful “foreign influences."
LOS ANGELES (RNS) Alongside Orange Is the New Black and House of Cards, Netflix now offers another type of content: Christian sermons. The online video streaming service added lectures by four popular pastors in early December.
(RNS) A senior Roman Catholic bishop in the Central African Republic is warning that the Lord’s Resistance Army, a rebel force that killed more than 100,000 people in northern Uganda in the 1980s and ’90s, is rising up again in his country.
MARRAKESH, Morocco (RNS) After the Prophet Muhammad established the first Muslim state, he wrote the Charter of Medina to make sure his subjects lived in harmony, whether they were Muslims, Jews, or people of other faiths.