Evangelicals hold more traditional religious beliefs than other Christians, study finds
Ninety percent of Evangelicals believe in the existence of heaven, but only 19% believe there are multiple paths to reach it.
By ARIEL COHEN
The Kurds, the Christians, and the barbarians at the gate
Christians were in Iraq long before Muhammad was born
By LELA GILBERT
It is important for Israel to keep shining a light on persecution in the region and remain a haven for Christians in these difficult times.
By JPost Editorial
Christian Arabs can now register as Aramaic Christians, not Arabs
Christians who identify with the ancient people can decide to register as Arameans instead of Arabs.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Soldiers given religious motivational speeches during Operation Protective Edge
Soldiers say religious speeches were given in communal areas, though soldiers were not required to attend.
By JEREMY SHARON
Jewish group calls for safeguards against child abuse at ritual baths
Group's founder decries the lack of media coverage of a recent mikve rape victim and the victim’s advocate drug overdose.
By SAM SOKOL
Prominent Washington rabbi pleads not guilty to voyeurism charge
Rabbi Barry Freundel, who leads a congregation in Washington D.C., allegedly installed a video camera in ritual bath or mikvah.
US Conservative rabbi comes out to congregation in letter
Gil Steinlauf, senior rabbi at Adas Israel congregation in DC, makes public announcement following High Holy Days.
Belgian far-right party to push for ritual slaughter ban
Jewish community says will not affect Jewish slaughter, which is performed at licensed and permanent abattoirs.
Shabbos Project Toronto: The tie that binds
With just over six weeks to go, the project is starting to take shape, as team Toronto heads into the final stretch.
By SIMON APFEL, SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST