'Imagine going to a zoo and being told that none of the residents are given names, but instead all will be called by the generic term "animal". What a dull and dangerous zoo.'
The judge in the Charlie Gard case has told the High Court this morning that he is open to a change of mind – but only if there is good evidence to support it.
The leader of the Anglican church in Nigeria has slammed the General Synod of the Church of England for 'false teaching' and is warning that it is in 'grave spiritual danger'.
The wife of kidnapped American missionary Jeff Woodke, missing in Africa, is appealing for the hostage takers to telephone her and to let her husband go.
Amin Afshar-Naderi has decided to embrace the 'slow death and suffering' of hunger strike after constant insults to his religion – asks his jailers why they hate him 'so much'.
Canon Dr Guli Francis-Dehqani went to school in Iran in an entirely Muslim environment, but was raised in a Christian family heavily involved in the church
The devout Christian pop star, who has been visiting, praying and worshipping with other young Christians at Hillsong in Australia, posted on Instagram: 'Let the devil know NOT TODAY! The devil has no power when you know the LIVING God! His name is JESUS!! Why worry when you can worship.'
The US President was invited by Prime Minister Theresa May to come to Britain in a state visit that was expected to take place this summer but will now take place next year.
Rhodes, known for fronting the BBC's Songs of Praise, has been appointed vice president of The Leprosy Mission England and Wales.
Hundreds of thousands have been left homeless and at least 18 people have died in a monsoon catastrophe hitting Assam State in India this year.
The Church of England today embraced informal attire for all its clergy, known as 'dress down Sundays', and at the same time there are growing calls for an end to the episcopal mitre.
The youth, named as Dylan and believed to be around 18 years old, was dragged from the Christian camp by the black bear and bitten twice in the head at Glacier View Ranch, near Boulder.
The offer of US President Donald Trump to intervene to help the sick baby Charlie Gard has given the parents hope, they said today.
20,000 people from across the UK will fill the Emirates Stadium in London on Saturday July 8 to hear international evangelist J.John preach the gospel.
Sally Jones, the British-born recruiter for Islamic State who boasted of her desire to behead Christians with a blunt knife, is desperate to return home to Britain, a friend of hers who managed to escape has told Sky News.