Christian missionaries are in Beijing for the Olympics, and they can't preach or hand out leaflets, but as The World's Katy Clark reports, some Evangelicals hope to find a way to share their faith at the Beijing games.
All of the 800 Anglican bishops who gather this week for the once-a-decade Lambeth Conference were invited personally by the Archbishop of Canterbury himself. Gene Robinson, the church's first openly gay bishop, was not one of them. But he's there anyway, speaking up for the gay and lesbian clergy.
The Geo Quiz today takes us to the intersection of religion and technology. We're looking for the city of the patron saint of computer users and the Internet. Anchor Lisa Mullins brings us the answer -- it's Seville in Spain.
Several of the most well-known leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy campaign are also devout Christians. The same goes for many of the protesters in the streets, who can be seen at protests praying and singing religious hymns. But the Christian faithful are divided over the issues at stake.
Coptic Christians are a minority in their ancient home of Egypt — and they're an even bigger minority when they come to the US. So a church in Hayward, California has become a haven for preserving their culture, and ancient language, in a new home.
The year 2017 will mark the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation. Germany is getting ready for the big date by taking a new look at Luther's legacy, including the darkest chapter of his life's work.
Martin Luther is best known as the instigator of the Protestant Reformation, but his Bible translations used a form of conversational language that Germans had never before seen in print. It marked the beginning of modern German, which had never before been a unified language.
Henry County, Tennessee, is so packed full of churches that it's considered an "Evangelical hub" according to census data. That data also shows an unhealthy county, and one pastor wants his flock to focus just as much on physical health as spiritual well-being.