Israel has removed metal detectors from the historic al-Asqa mosque after days of violence and protest over the holy site, but Palestinians have rejected the new security measures.
The head of the Anglican Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Bishop Howard Gregory, has broken ranks with many fellow Christian leaders in the region and urged for the removal of the offence of sodomy from the law.
Seven Christians have been killed in Kenya by al-Shabaab militants, according to International Christian Concern.
The controversial Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon young labourers on tourist and student visas to its 35-acre compound in rural Spindale, North Carolina, to work as 'slaves', an investigation by the Associated Press (AP) has found.
This was always ultimately a question of who gets to make decisions.
New reports suggest that Justin Bieber cancelled his third worldwide tour Purpose in order to refocus on faith and start his own church.
Amid a prolonged drought across many parts of Italy, the Vatican is shutting off its famous fountains in a move described by officials as being in line with Pope Francis's teachings and emphasis on the environment.
'RIP' as an expression of sympathy after a death is unbiblical and a form of superstition connected to Roman Catholicism, according to Northern Ireland's Protestant Orange Order.
Now that, for the first time since 1977, no ring-fenced public funding will be available to protect our church and chapel buildings, Luke March of the National Churches Trust outlines how to save Britain's churches
You may know of 'mindfulness', but what of 'Godfulness'? Christian Today spoke with author Derek Leaf, the leader of the Christian discipleship ministry the Navigators UK about the new perspective of his book 'Godfulness', and its challenge to the contemporary Church.
Evangelical leaders are rallying around Donald Trump's son-in-law, the senior White House advisor Jared Kushner as he meets with congressional leaders investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
A federal judge in Michigan halted on Monday the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals from the United States, the latest legal victory for the Iraqi nationals facing deportation in a closely watched case.
The arrest and looming deportation of a US evangelical pastor has stirred up outrage and fear in the Los Angeles latino community, with latino leader Rev Samuel Rodriguez condemning the move.
The Queen's former chaplain, Gavin Ashenden, is leading a group of rebel conservative clergy which is threatening to break away from the Church of England over sexuality issues.
Richard Dawkins has been 'no-platformed' by a US radio station who dropped him after discovering his 'abusive speech' against Islam. Dawkins protested that he was not abusive, but made no apology for criticising the 'oppressive cruelties of Islamism'.