The Book of Revelation, full of apocalyptic imagery and clashes between good and evil, probably wasn't a Christian book in the beginning.
The Catholic Church's cover-up of child sex abuse cases may have tarnished relations between Ireland and the Vatican forever.
Scientists debate whether evolution was a collection of happenstance or if intelligent life was destined to be.
With visa approved and plane ticket in hand, Palestinian cartoonist Majed Badra was uninvited from a trip to the United States.
With two Mormons now running for President, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman, Mormonism may be entering the mainstream consciousness like never before in American history.
Talk of loyalty tests and Islam during Republican debates may be alienating Muslim voters, who would otherwise side with the Republicans.
Victims are blaming ultra-conservative Salafist Muslims for sectarian violence that has broken out in Egypt. Prominent Salafists deny the accusations.
The Imam who sponsored the so called "Ground Zero Mosque" near the site of the former World Trade Center in New York talks about the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Harold Camping, a Californian radio preacher, has said that Judgment Day will come on May 21 at 6:00 pm. Why do people love thinking about the apocalypse?
A new report finds poor training and insufficient support in the face of 1960s cultural shifts led to sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.