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Tributes have been paid to the theologian Dr Michael Green who died on Wednesday. Dr Green, who was a distinguished lecturer in evangelism and apologetics at Wycliffe Hall, passed away at a hospital ...

A video of Ricky Gervais being challenged on his atheism during a US television chat show interview has been watched more than two million times. The out-spoken atheist was asked on the CBS programme...

Evangelist Rico Tice has said he quit the Archbishop of Canterbury and York's task group on evangelism because others on the committee follow a "different relig The author of the Christianity Explore...

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has spoken of his daily discipline praying in tongues and seeking words of knowledge and prophecy from others in a w The head of the Church of England has ...

A retired Anglican priest from Kent has defended his marriage to a man 54 years his junior during an interview on The Jeremy Kyle show. Rev Philip Clements responded to claims he had been taken advan...

David Cameron has praised the Church for the work it does to help the poor in his Easter message. The Church is a "living active force doing great works," the Prime Minister said.In his video message...

The Prime Minister has highlighted the suffering of persecuted Christians around the world in her Easter message. Theresa May, who's a Christian, called on people to do more to advocate for freedom o...

The growing threat of religious persecution has been branded "evil" by the Prince of Wales who has compared the dangers facing minority faith groups across the In a video for the religious freedom c...

The bells at St Paul's Cathedral will ring out for four hours later to mark the birth of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. It is a full peal of bells by 12 ringers who will take to the bell tower a...

A prison chaplain who resigned after being accused of reading "homophobic" Bible quotes to prisoners has been given the opportunity to appeal an employment trib Rev Barry Trayhorn, an ordained Pentec...

A prison chaplain who resigned after being accused of reading "homophobic" Bible quotes to prisoners has had his unfair dismissal claim rejected. Revd Barry Trayhorn, an ordained Pentecostal minister...

The atrocities committed by Islamic State against Christians in Iraq and Syria should be recognised as genocide, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister told MPs he believes there is a "very stron...

The Prime Minister Theresa May has reiterated her belief that the country needs more faith schools. Earlier in September there was controversy when the government confirmed rules preventing the build...

The Prime Minister has promised to review the case of two teenage Christian brothers facing deportation from Scotland. The boy's plight was raised during Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday by Pa...

The Prime Minister has awarded prizes to two Christian mothers in recognition of their work to support families affected by eating disorders. Bestowing a Points of Light award each to Jean Hart and Di...

Police have asked for information about the whereabouts of the body of Joy Morgan, who was murdered in January. The 20 year old midwifery student was murdered by Shofah El-Israel, whose birth name is...

A film that is littered with pink kittens and shot in the style of a music video is being used to urge drivers to stop using mobile phones at the wheel. The Department for Transport's THINK! Campaign...

The Prime Minister is being urged to act on the "genocide" perpetrated by Islamic State against Christians in the Middle East. A number of senior politicians have written to David Cameron cr...

The Pope's visit to Turkey later this month looks set to become a diplomatic minefield following calls for him to turn down an invitation to the state's new spr Francis will be the first foreign dign...

The Christian Police Association is appealing for prayers after a threat was made to kidnap and kill a police officer in the West Midlands. An anonymous tip-off was received last night and staff at t...