Criticisms of the Budget, including from faith leaders and communities in the US, are fascinating because they act as a microcosm of Trump's growing domestic problem: the question of how his reforms are affecting his own voters, including white evangelicals, on the ground in America.
The conservative Christian school which banned a pregnant student from its graduation ceremony has clarified its position, saying it was her premarital sex that was immoral.
Christians in Sofia, Bulgaria undertook an impressive project yesterday: a Bible-reading marathon lasting seven hours, at the heart of the capital.
This week the place where I live was violated. Children from our city and our region were cruelly killed and maimed.
Most Rev Michael Curry, presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church in the US, is joining a global call to pray today.
Muslim leaders in Manchester are expressing concern about a spike in Islamophobic hate after the suicide bombing that killed 22 on Monday night.
Chaos has descended on Marawi city in the Philippines as the government attempts to combat an Islamist terrorist insurgency.
A battered wooden cross bearing a figure of the crucified Christ was discovered peeking from the rubble left by Islamic State outside St George's Church near Alqosh in Iraq.
Fresh evidence of the battle for Jerusalem 2,000 years ago on the eve of the destruction of the Second Temple has been unveiled by Israel's Antiquities Authority and the Nature and Parks Authority.
A vigil has taken place on a Scottish Island which has been deeply affected by the Manchester terror attack.
Today is Ascension Day – when the Church celebrates Jesus' ascension from earth into heaven. It's a baffling story, should we just ignore it?
Birmingham Cathedral is re-opening today after taking the unprecedented decision to shut yesterday after the national terror threat level was raised to 'critical' following the Manchester attack.
The Church of Scotland will decide on whether to allow minister to carry out gay weddings later today.
Manchester's church leaders spoke to Christian Today to offer their prayers and reflections the day after the worst terrorist attack to hit the UK in more than a decade.
The Bible shows us again and again the good news of God's compassion for us, perhaps most vividly demonstrated in the parable of the Prodigal Son.