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'Enough is enough': Head of Church in Jerusalem warns of attempts to drive Christians out of Old City
The peace of Jerusalem is being undermined along with open access to the holy Christian sites by a trend in Israeli politics whose outcome, if left unchecked, would be 'catastrophic,' the head of the Church in Holy City has warned.
A devout Christian who was thrown off his university course after he described homosexuality a sin on Facebook would not have been dismissed if he had engaged with officials rather than launching a campaign, the judge's ruling reveals
Tower Hamlets council rubbishes claims about 'white Christian' girl placed with Muslim foster parents
Allegations made about a 'white Christian' girl placed with Muslim foster parents have been rubbished in a report by the council that made the placement.
More UK cathedrals targeted for Luther-style protest warning Church 'in crisis' over gay relationships
A pressure campaign targeting cathedrals around the UK is spreading off the back of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
'The Surgery Ship' follows life aboard the world's largest non-governmental hospital ship, the Africa Mercy.
The spooky, nostalgic and thoroughly charming 'Stranger Things' returned to audiences last week, with season two of Netflix's surprise hit airing in time for the Hallowe'en season. Some Christians might be suspicious of horror and drama that delves too far into darkness, but they should be rest assured that this show is nothing to fear. 'Stranger Things' isn't just quality entertainment, but a provocative and spiritually wise fable for a secular age.
Fresh calls to decriminalise abortion will be discussed in the House of Commons next week as MPs mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Act that first permitted terminations under some circumstances in the UK.
Police and officials in the Tamil Nadu state in India have ordered 10 churches to halt worship services, according to Morning Star India.
Perry Noble, the former leader of NewSpring Church in South Carolina is getting divorced.
Pope Francis is fostering 'confusion' in the Church, says senior Catholic theologian before quitting
A senior Franciscan theologian has resigned his role advising US Catholic bishops on doctrine after writing to the Pope over the summer and attacking the 'chronic confusion' of Francis's pontificate.
Rowan Williams has urgently questioned the morality of British banks profiting from projects which cause climate change and called for them to shift their investments away from fossil fuels 'that contribute to climate chaos'.
People are making more of an effort to eat healthy nowadays, and many have trained themselves to feast on a salad and water instead of indulging in a big and juicy hamburger with coke.
The participants were encouraged to dress up in their best drag costumes, and the church even crowned a drag king and drag queen.
Ever wondered about the place where Jesus Christ preached in Israel? Jesus' life has been an object of curiosity and wonder for many people, but a little piece of the mystery was unraveled recently when a family digging in their garden unwittingly discovered complex underground stables believed to be the very place where Jesus shared His message.
The photos showing gay men engaging in sexual activities were intended for a public health campaign called #TheSexYouWant.
The Church of England is being urged to face up to allegations of sexual harassment and abuse in its own ranks and take a lead to tackle the issue.
'Today every pastor in every church in America must pray for everyone affected by last night's act of terror in New York City.'
Full-blooded defenders of establishment – the status of the Church of England as the official Church of the (English) nation, with a special relationship to the state and special privileges – are few and far between.
'Evangelical' is a divisive label in the Church today. Others are desperate to claim it, others to reject it. But can there be any consensus on hat it really means?
A collection of senior Church figures have lamented Britain's 'broken promise' to the Palestinians exactly 100 years after the Declaration which promised both a national home for the Jews but also the protection of 'existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine'.