Australia Delays Religious Discrimination Bill

The Australian government decided to delay the introduction of its religious discrimination bill to give legislators more time to get the laws right.

Buildings Lit Red to Highlight Christian Persecution

Churches and other landmarks all over the world were lit up red on November 27 in support of Red Wednesday.

Persecuted Christians Will Help Save Europe –Hungarian PM

The Hungarian Prime Minister believes that persecuted Christians who are being protected today may help save Europe in the future.

Bible for the Deaf Launched in Cape Town

The Bible Society of South Africa (BSSA) has launched a Bible for deaf people in the country.

Turkish Pres Erdogan Vows to Protect Christians

Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan vowed to defend Christians and rebuild churches and Christian communities damaged by the country's military operation against Kurdish fighters in Northeastern Syria.

Situation Improves for Christians in Egypt

A church leader in Egypt said it is now easier for Christians to practice their faith after decades of persecution.

Pakistan to Develop Ideal Province for Christians

The province of Punjab in Pakistan will develop a Christian residential area into a model town as part of a plan to protect religious minorities.

The Last Generation of Japan’s Hidden Christians

Japan's "Hidden Christians" fear their religion may go extinct due to believers' aging population and their children who are not interested in Christianity.

Chinese Printer Celebrates Production of 200M Bibles

Chinese Bible printer, Amity Printing Company, celebrated on November 11 in Nanjing, Jiangsu province the completion of printing 200 million Bibles.

China Changes Bible Stories and Characters

Chinese Christians were outraged over a state-run Christian magazine's issues which changed Biblical stories and characters into ancient Chinese.
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China Shuts Down Religious Publications

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Australia Delays Religious Discrimination Bill

The Australian government decided to delay the introduction of its religious discrimination bill to give legislators more time to get the laws right.