NEW YORK (ENI) Anti-Christian violence in Pakistan continued unabated as two Christians were shot and killed and two were wounded after Muslim youths allegedly attacked them outside a church building in Hyderabad on March 22.
TORONTO (ENI) Some church leaders in the United States are promoting a decades-old idea of Western and Orthodox Christians sharing a common Easter and celebrating the holy day on a fixed date every year.
HARARE, Zimbabwe (ENI) Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe's latest attack on Catholic bishops, in which he accused them of lying about the nation's dire social and economic situation, was a sign that the relationship between the two will continue to be difficult, observers said.
NEW YORK (ENI) In a spirit of repentance, the United Methodist Church is making good on a pledge to support a learning center at the site of the 1864 Sand Creek massacre of Native Americans, which was led by a Methodist minister.
WASHINGTON (ENI) Evangelist David Wilkerson, who wrote the popular book "The Cross and the Switchblade," founded New York's Times Square Church and an international ministry to gang members and drug addicts, died in a traffic accident on Wednesday, April 27, according to The Associated Press.
Grace and peace to all of you. I was baptized as an infant at First Presbyterian Church, Billings, Montana. I was taught faith, Scripture, the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and confirmed at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Sulphur, Louisiana.
Almost immediately after the White Paper of the Presbyterian Fellowship appeared, intense reaction followed. Two phrases seemed to attract the most concern. The mention of bringing together a group of theologically “like-minded” people created a powerful reaction in a denomination that has learned to prize its theological pluralism. In another column we can ponder that idea. The other incendiary phrase was “deathly ill,” which was used to describe the prognosis of the PCUSA. Who said “deathly ill” and upon what basis? That prognosis came from me. Let me tell you why.