Study shows Christian ‘martyrs’ doubled worldwide
At least two thousand Christians were killed for their faith last year, double the number in 2012. Why does ‘medieval’ religious slaughter still happen in the the modern world?
Building bridges on Holocaust Memorial Day
On January 27th, millions will remember the Holocaust, and the creeping persecution that paved the way to Auschwitz. Is there a link between modern prejudice and mass murder?
So-called ‘heretics’ victims of greed, not religion
Eight hundred years ago, a nightmarish crusade burned and tortured its way across Southern France. Now, a new book suggests that the charge of heresy was simply a cover for grasping tyranny.
Scientology: faith under fire or ‘evil cult?’
A new magazine exposé has reopened debate over the controversial Church of Scientology. Some claim it's a proper religion, but there is evidence of a dangerous dark side.