Christians have welcomed a legal ruling today that Northern Ireland's strict abortion legislation is not incompatible with human rights after three judges in the Court of Appeal in Belfast ruled it was not up to the courts to decide on abortion law but local government.
A Church of England bishop is leading calls for change as a new report shows a worrying failure by successive governments over two decades to narrow the gap between the rich and poor.
Evangelist Franklin Graham has spoken out in praise of Oaklands Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, a committed Christian, after he said the first thing he will do with his new record earnings is tithe to his church.
Two senior police officers are among six people who have been charged with criminal offences relating to the deaths of 96 people at the Hillsborough disaster.
Zuckerberg, founder and head of Facebook, says his creation can now fill the role once held by churches, and organisations such as Little League
Methodists and Anglicans are embarking on a process of historic proposals that would recognise the ministers and priests of both churches for the first time since they split in the late 18th century. And for the first time ever, the proposals, if agreed, would give Methodists in the UK a bishop.
The poll found that saying grace crossed all divides, and was common among Americans in both town and country, from north and south, across Christian denominations and across all political parties. Even some non-religious people admitted they like to say grace.
Northern Ireland is the only part of the United Kingdom that does not permit gay marriage. The DUP is ultra-conservative on issues such as gay rights and abortion and the deal is certain to alarm social liberals on all sides of the political divide.
A Christian church leader from Nigeria has described the horrors of the growing persecution of Christians by Fulani herdsmen, describing it as 'ethnic cleansing'. And so far, he said, the authorities have done little or nothing to help.
The future of the famous Rio Carnival is in doubt after the public subsidy to the 13 samba schools that organise it was halved
Jayne Ozanne, a member of General Synod, says in a paper published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists that there is a need for government regulation to stamp out 'group led spiritual abuse'.
With all the hype at its launch last summer, expectations were high that Pokemon Go was a new opportunity for churches to attract the young. As reality sank it, it became clear it was not like that. But now, with the latest update, it all might be about to change.
Nearly 70 Catholic priests have resigned their posts in Indonesia after levelling accusations at their bishop that the bishop has condemned as 'slanderous'.
Hymn writer Keith Getty tells Christian Today how – and why – he writes his amazing music: 'The idea that your creativity can enrich people and help them sing to the Lord is incredible'
Pope Francis, the Dalai Lama, Patriarch Bartholomew and the UK's former Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, are among the leaders who have recorded a joint video in partnership with the Elijah Interfaith Institute to make their point that personal friendships can overcome prejudice and fear.