Hong Kong Christians Fear Suppression of Religion w/ Extradition Bill

Hong Kong Christians fear that the passage of the extradition bill would allow China to persecute believers living in the island territory.

Christianity in China Continues to Rise Despite Sinicization

Christians in China continue to grow in number despite the government's crackdown on Christianity.

Israel Prioritizes Religious Subjects, Less Science and Math

Israel allocates 14% of classroom hours in teaching religious subjects compared to European countries which spend only 4%.

Australia Mulls New Religious Freedom Bill

Australia is considering a new bill to protect the rights of a person to religious freedom and expression.

Thousands Protest Abortion Law in N.Ireland

People from all walks of life joined the silent march on September 6 in Stormont, the seat of the Northern Irish assembly, to protest the liberalization of abortion in the country.

Filipino Christians Embrace New Bible Translation

A new translation of the Bible is making waves among young Christians in the Philippines.

Christians Celebrate Season of Creation

Christians all over the world marked September 1 as the opening of the Season of Creation, a yearly event ending in October 4 that lets people focus on how to protect Mother Earth and combat the climate change.

Christians Denounce Brazilian Pres for Amazon Fires

Christians from different parts of the world denounced the Brazilian president for his anti-environmental policies amid the ongoing Amazon fires.

Christian Population Declines in New Zealand

A new report shows there is a sharp decline in the number of New Zealanders who identify as Christians.

Judge in India Says Christian Institutions ‘Highly Unsafe’ For Girls

A judge in India said there was a "general feeling" among parents that studying at co-ed Christian institutions is "highly unsafe for the future of their children."
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