The following stories talk about the subject ‘Christianity’.
The Samaritan's Purse group are not welcome in North Sumatra.
A house-church near Bandung was attacked by a mob but police stepped in.
Some possible reasons for the references to Islam given within Pope Benedict's speech.
A Protestant house-church was forcibly shut down in Blora, Central Java.
Pope Benedict's speech and the muted reaction of Indonesian Muslim leaders.
Rebekka Zakaria, Eti Pangesti & Ratna Bangun have completed sixteen months of their three-year prison sentence for running a Christian kindergarten in which some Muslim children attended.
A house used as a church in Aceh was burned to the ground by a mob.
While the law against blasphemy is intended to protect all the main religions of Indonesia it is selectively enforced.
Stories of mob action against churches in Indonesia tend to very often emanate from West Java, as another church, near Bandung, was closed on July 16th.
The reactions of Indonesian Christians to the Israel - Lebanon situation.
Waai village in central Maluku, destroyed in the sectarian war of 2001, rebuilds.
Sexual immorality is the enemy of not only Muslims in Indonesia but also Christians, says a senior religious leader.
The "Jaringan Islam Emansipatoris", or Emancipatory Islamic Network, write about the Crusades and get it all wrong.
A Christian foundation in Surabaya, East Java, reaches out to the masses.
A convert to Christianity in the west Java town of Tasikmalaya has been imprisoned for insulting Islam.
Indonesia remains on the "Watch List" in the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom report for 2006.
More moderate Islam in Bogor, near Jakarta. Two churches, that apparently did not have their paperwork in order, were "sealed" by nearby Muslim residents.
A Christian pre-school in Tangerang, Banten, near Jakarta, was surrounded by a mob yesterday which demanded that it close down.
The leader of the Nadhlatul Ulama, a traditionalist village Islamic social organisation, Hasyim Muzadi, says Christians will find it even harder to gain permission for church building in the wake of the newly revised law on houses of worship.