Race, Politics, and Money: Can Russell Moore unite Southern Baptists? Attempts to force Moore to resign must be seen within the wider struggle to determine the political future of the Southern Baptists.
The report reveals how far the centre of gravity in the Church of England has drifted from the general public and contemporary culture.
A senior Anglican academic is calling on the Church not to appoint any 'traditionalists' – those opposed to women priests – until a third of all bishops are women.
The new Dean of Exeter will be the Very Reverend Jonathan Greener after the previous Dean retired amid a feud with his bishop.
The Church of England is being called to address a 'deficit' in the number of traditionalists in senior positions after a review into why one bishop felt forced to step back from a promotion.
Describing his 18-month ordeal, Father Tom Uzhannalil told reporters in Rome he still did not know why he was not killed.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby tweeted: 'Praying for all those caught up in this morning's terror incident at #ParsonsGreen, especially those who have sustained injuries or trauma.'
The Church of England is being asked to reconsider whether it can still accept conservative bishops who oppose women priests.
Pope Francis yesterday told new bishops to be humble in their work and open to better ways of evangelising other than just 'the way it's always been'.
A former priest has been convicted of sexual offences against two boys, another has been jailed for abusing four siblings and a third has denied offences against a young girl, as the Church of England faced a flurry of historical abuse cases.
As well as striving to preach more effectively himself, though, Spurgeon wanted to pass on what he'd learned.
A Nigerian pastor is on death row after dousing several church members in petrol and setting them ablaze.
Popular contemporary hymn writer Keith Getty is to broadcast his sell-out Getty Music Worship Conference: Sing! around the world.
The decline in the number of religious people and in particular Anglicans does not mean the Church has failed or that Britain has become an atheist country, according to a leading bishop.
A Lutheran pastor who conducted a same-sex marriage has been reprimanded by his church.
Pastors wives shout at their children too much, they feel they have few friends and they are plagued by money worries, according to a new study. But on the bright side, their lives are filled with joy and purpose.