The two church bombings that killed dozens in Egypt on Palm Sunday were aimed at targeting unity among Muslims and Christians in the most populous Arab nation, the Coptic Patriarch, Tawadros II said yesterday.
Some of the saying of Jesus are surprisingly dark, when we try to read them with fresh eyes.
China is in the grip of 'one of the world's great spiritual revivals', Pulitzer-prize winning author Ian Johnson is claiming.
Yesterday saw the announcement of the latest winner of the prestigious Templeton Prize, a £1.1m award that celebrates what its founder called 'marvellous new things going on in religion'. Here are seven of the faith-icons who have received the honour since 1972.
'Grown adult men gathering together to take a picture and holding a gun no less. Stereotyping and being racist. It's disgusting.'
Israel's Housing Ministry is reviving controversial plans for a new neighbourhood in Jerusalem that falls outside of the 1967 borders and inside the West Bank, according to the Israeli TV Channel 10.
Two bishops of Aleppo abducted in 2013 in Syria are still alive, according to the Syriac Orthodox Bishop of Beirut, Daniel Kourie.
In a new resource from Bible Society and Together for The Common Good, we argue that the Bible has a unique ability to bring people together from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to seek the welfare of everyone.
His characters take God seriously, and talk the language of belief. Here are nine quotes from Shakespeare on faith.
A prominent American Christian philosopher scholar who made belief in God in a serious option within academic philosophy has been awarded the prestigious Templeton Prize.
Ancient Caesarea is being excavated and made accessible to visitors in a major new project.
An elderly Italian bishop has retired early in order to become an evangelist.
If God is a team called Trinity, and we are made in his (their) image, then we believe relationships are at the core of how the world is supposed to operate.
The German evangelical church has issued an apology for its role in Namibian genocide at the start of the 20th century.
Pope Francis called on people to be humble and show 'tenderness' towards one another in yet another ground-breaking communications move, this time delivering the first ever papal 'TED' talk.