A group that identifies itself under the banner of the so-called "Reformed Christianity" has drawn criticism from mainstream Christian leaders for its method of raising funds—by offering tattoos to members and hosting a Bible conference featuring a beer flight, or a sampling of several beers for "taste presentation."
It looks fun to read and could draw young people with its colours and images, but does the emoji Bible app a legitimate form of God's Word?
The Labour Party is not overrun with anti-Semitism, but there is "too much clear evidence... of ignorant attitudes", according to an inquiry.
Michael Gove will stand for Conservative party leadership, announcing his bid with a dig at rival Boris Johnson who he said could not "provide the leadership or build the team for the task ahead".
The latest target of those outraged by the trampling of their dreams is the BBC.
Researchers concluded that "frequent religious service attendance was associated with a significantly lower rate of suicide."
Pastor James McConnell was tried after a sermon in which he said: "Islam is heathen, Islam is Satanic, Islam is a doctrine spawned in hell" was broadcast online.
The wave of liberalism continues its relentless surge in America with majority of American adults now saying that it's a good idea for couples to live together before deciding to get married.
Former Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz said the Obama administration had under-emphasized the "threat of radical Islam".
Tell Mama released its annual report today, which showed a 326 per cent increase in public incidents of anti-Muslim hate in 2015, including physical and verbal attacks.
The young man who survived a mass church beating that killed his brother has confessed to having "inappropriately" touched his step-sister's children, CNN reports.
A group of atheists has forced a public school district to ban the showing of a creationist movie after it sent a complain to say that it is unlawful.
With just one complaint, the City of Colorado Springs in Colorado told a church that it is reviewing its advertisements that use the word "Jesus."
Now that summer is here, expect a rush of people, Christians among them, heading to the beach to cool off.
Stephen Crabb will run for Conservative party leader alongside business secretary Sajid Javid in an effort to overcome the "Bullingdon Club" image of David Cameron's premiership.