A recent survey has shown sharply shifting attitudes to sexual morality among British Christians: 73 per cent of Anglicans don't think premarital sex is wrong, and 55 per cent don't think gay sex is wrong.
Former Archbishop George Carey should face a police investigation for his role in the Church of England's collusion with convicted sex abuser and ex-bishop of Gloucester Peter Ball, survivors have said.
Christians are being used as human shields by ISIS militants in the Philippines' as government forces try to recapture Marawi City.
A conservative Christian legal advocacy group has announced its support of Donald Trump's travel ban, which was yesterday partially reinstated by the US Supreme Court. The group highlighted the need to combat foreign terror threats.
The British Medical Association has backed decriminalising abortion, adding momentum to a campaign to overturn the 1967 Abortion Act.
In July 20,000 people from across the UK will fill London's Emirates Stadium to hear the Gospel preached by international evangelist J John. Just One is a mass-gathering the scale of which has not been seen in the UK since the visit of famed evangelist Billy Graham more than three decades ago.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is leading a campaign urging western countries to put religious minorities at the heart of any future deal with Iran
A leading Christian human rights charity says Christians are facing yet another crackdown in Eritrea.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a playground owned by a Lutheran church can receive a subsidy from a state programme.
The British Government has to be an honest broker in Northern Ireland. Can it command the full confidence of both communities?
The US Supreme Court will judge whether a Christian baker discriminated against a gay couple by refusing to make their wedding cake on religious grounds
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 US Supreme Court has backed religious groups in a major ruling that narrows that gap between church and state.
The latest census in Australia has shown a dramatic fall in those who identify as Christian, and a significant rise in those with 'no religion'.
Despite still largely opposing same-sex marriage, white evangelicals show the most dramatic rise in support compared to a decade ago when just 14 per cent were in favour compared to 35 per cent now.