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Worshipers in a chapel at the University of Cambridge said they were left “in tears” after a research student claimed that Jesus’ side wound in Renaissance and Medieval paintings of the crucifixion can be likened to a vagina, suggesting Jesus could have been transgender.

There’s a threat to the property, safety and existence of religious minority groups, including Christians, in northwestern Syria under the de facto governance of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, a former al-Qaeda affiliate and U.S.-designated terrorist group, says the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom in a new report. 

Three women were among 14 people publicly flogged in front of hundreds at a soccer stadium in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday after the terrorist group invited residents on social media to watch the punishment in person.  

Events that occurred this week in Christian history include the death of Pope Clement IV, a deadly fire at a Catholic school, and Rowan Williams becoming Archbishop of Canterbury.

The manifesto of a man who committed a mass shooting at a Walmart in Virginia shortly before Thanksgiving has been released by authorities, with the killer asking God to forgive him.

A group claiming responsibility for vandalizing a sign belonging to Focus on the Family claims the criminal act was in response to “hateful theology” after a nonbinary gunman killed five people and wounded 18 others at a local bar.

Forget about going to a resort factory this winter. Instead, go someplace different.

At 17 years old, author Mike Kinney's truck slammed into a telephone pole and burst into flames. Moments before the flames consumed his truck, he was pulled from the twisted metal wreckage by a friend … and a mysterious stranger.

The rot within goes deeper than ever before, but it will become total if we don’t draw lines in the sand now.