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A recent nighttime raid and destruction of an evangelical church outside Moscow raised concerns that religious freedom is fading in Russia.
Church Demolished: Russia's Fading Religious Freedom
Does Obama's Re-Election Spell Trouble for Israel?
Authorities tore down a church in Moscow last week, but that didn’t keep the members from turning out for worship on Sunday.
Church Demolished by Russian Gov't Gathers Among Ruins
Stakelbeck on Terror: Islam's Assault on the West
Evangelicals Facing Legal Hurdles in Russia
Hillsong Church: An International Phenomenon
Putin Protesters Eye Russia's Soviet Days
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith. Top Stories: Members of a Christian militia group arrested, response to terrorist attacks in Moscow, Netanyahu downplays U.S.-Israeli tensions, and more.
Watch CBN News Midday with Mark Martin. Top Stories: Suicide Bombers Attack Moscow Subway, Obama Returns from Secret Afghanistan Trip, and more.
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Like the statues of Atlas near St. Petersburg's Hermitage Museum, Russia is flexing its muscles. Its economy awash in oil and gas profits, the 15-year-old democracy is staking its claim on the world stage…
In Russia, some Christians aren't allowed to have church buildings. One congregation in Moscow has been fighting to build a church for 15 years.
The Six Day War certainly changed the landscape of the Middle East, but the impact of the war reached far beyond the shifting middle-eastern borders, to places like Moscow, Washington and the capitals of Europe. Chris Mitchell explains.
The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.
A Russian Orthodox Priest is hitting Moscow's hard-rock clubs to shine a light in some dark places.