A Cairo criminal court on Saturday sentenced to death 28 people over the 2015 killing of Egypt's top prosecutor after the death penalty was approved by the country's top religious authority, and it also jailed 15 others for 25 years each.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday, ending a short and turbulent tenure that made him a household name and the butt of late-night television comedy lampoons, amid further upheaval within President Donald Trump's inner circle.
Franklin Graham hit out at Teen Vogue magazine yesterday condemning its 'pornographic' article offering a guide on anal sex to its readers. The evangelist called the content 'perverse and morally degenerate', insisting that 'Sodomy is a sin against God.'
The son of a murdered Indian church leader has revealed his father received death threats before he was shot by men on a motorbike on Saturday.
Former Vatican doctrinal chief Cardinal Muller has denied accusations that he must face 'full responsibility' for the abuse scandal in a German choir school revealed this week. It was revealed on Monday that more than 500 boys in a Church choir school were abused over a period of six decades.
Marie Van der Zyl, Vice President of the Board of Deputies, told the Jewish Chronicle: 'It was distressing to see Katie Hopkins posing for a photo with a Holocaust denier, as part of her trip to support the Defend Europe campaign.'
Church leaders in Jerusalem are urging freedom of worship in the city, calling for continued access to the historic al-Aqsa Mosque after it was closed following gun violence last week.
Pope Francis has made a surprise phone call to an Argentine rubbish collector who lost both his legs in a serious accident.
The former buildings of a historic pencil factory at Keswick in the Lake District will become the next home of one of the oldest evangelical gatherings, the Keswick Convention, which has been held since 1875.
A British evangelist has told of how he led a woman to faith during a recent screening of Christian-themed movie The Shack.
A cathedral in Scotland has become the UK's first Anglican cathedral to host same-sex weddings.
An American Archbishop has hit back at allies of Pope Francis who recently attacked US conservative Catholics and evangelicals for their 'ecumenism of hate,' with the Archbishop arguing that the groups are 'merely for fighting for what their Churches have always held to be true'.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said he doesn't feel marginalised as a Christian in the UK, but said that Christians should expect to struggle as they 'go against the grain' of society.
A Pakistani boy has been charged with blasphemy for speaking with a colleague about Jesus, according to World Watch Monitor.