Bible Scholars Believe the Ark of the Covenant is in Ethiopia

Bible Archaeology, Search & Exploration Institute (BASE) believes that the Ark of the Covenant is hidden in Ethiopia.

Christians in North Korea “Desperate” to Acquire a Copy of the Bible

According to Rachel Godwin from World Help, Christians in North Korea are so desperate to get their hands on the Bible that they are willing to risk years in a labor camp or death.

Researchers Turn to the Bible to Perfect Translation Algorithms

Researchers at Dartmouth College found the Bible to be the ideal tool to improve translation algorithms by artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The Crisis that Christians Face in Myanmar

For a long time now, the media have been covering the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. But there’s another problem that the media overlooked - the situation of Christians in the country.

Religious Upbringing Linked to Better Health and Well-being – Study

Children who participate in religious services tend to have better mental and physical health in early adulthood.

Many British Christians Think God has No Human Gender Identity – YouGov Poll

In a YouGov survey, results showed that 41% of British Christians believe that God has no gender: He is neither male nor female.

New Virtual Reality Walking Tour Showcases Ancient Jerusalem

Jerusalem like it was 2,000 years ago through Jerusalem Virtual Reality Tours: Step into History, the first mobile VR walking tour in Israel.

Survey: Africa, Latin America, the U.S. Have the Most Committed Christians

Christianity remains the world's largest religion and a latest survey showed that Christians in Africa, Latin America, and the United States have the ...

Church of England to Place a Church on Every UK Estate

In a move to revitalize Christianity in the UK, the Church of England (CoE) plans to build a church on every estate in the country, reports UK news magazine, Daily Express.

Christianity Grows in Chilean Region Despite Church Arsons

The Council of Pastors of La Araucanía in Chile said the recent burning of churches in the region did not stop Christianity from growing.