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.
He engaged in debate with the Eastern Church over the nature of the Holy Spirit, sparred with English royalty about the role of the Church and wrote theological books and essays.
While only 51 per cent of all Protestants support President Trump's presidency so far, a striking 78 per cent of white evangelical Protestants remain committed to Trump.
Have you ever considered the possibility that the gospel that we preach is different from the one that Jesus himself preached?
This week many voices came together on a spontaneous Twitter hashtag to share what had been said to them in churches, Bible colleges, job interviews, and other situations where being Christian and a woman came with expectations.
Gay Christian rock star Vicky Beeching has spoken of the 'relentless' death threats and attacks that are forcing her off social media after a meme with her face on it was shared 20,000 times.
The most senior bishop in the Church in Wales says that despite declining attendance, he is optimistic about its future.
The Queen will celebrate her 91st birthday in private today with her official birthday celebrations held in June.
Lambeth Palace, the historic home of England's Archbishop of Canterbury, is to receive a major update - its first in 200 years - with planning approved for a 'state of the art' new library building.
Recent surveys suggest that the sermon – not the musical worship – is the main factor affecting the church attendance of US Christians. But why?
Technically the Lords Spiritual, as they are officially known, are the only peers who can vote in general elections.
An Egyptian Christian boy found murdered on Maundy Thursday was killed by Islamic extremists hoping to intimidate Christians, say his family.
Cross-dressing artist Grayson Perry is causing outrage at Hereford Cathedral with an art display that questions the existence of heaven and hell and uses several obscenities at the heart of the 1000-year-old building.
The Evangelical Alliance has called on Christians to 'fully engage' in the general election and to 'take the opportunity to speak hopefully, and with vision for the future'.
A majority of US churchgoers say that the quality of the sermon is the main factor affecting their church attendance.
So what will the Church look like in 2047? It is impossible to foresee with any certainty, but the current trajectory suggests the following.