The Jordan River, where Jesus Christ is said to have been baptized roughly two-thousand years ago, is severely polluted, claims an environmental group that is warning against future baptismal ceremonies.
It may tempting to think the church can win converts if it has the right strapline or soundbite, but the most effective way remains telling people about Jesus Christ, said a British theologian.
Western Europe has become a region of "empty nominalism" and "confused spirituality," said the chairman of the Keswick Convention.
The head of the Evangelical Church in Germany has spoken of his grief over the deaths of 19 people at a music festival in Duisburg, Germany, over the weekend.
Christians in Britain are being unfairly targeted by laws intended to prevent religious hate crimes, a new report from Civitas warns.
British politician Eric Pickles has spoken of the crucial role that faith communities have to play in the government's vision of a "Big Society."
Bishop Tom Wright bid farewell to the Diocese of Durham in the United Kingdom Tuesday night with a reminder to the church to stand against political correctness and be the voice of justice for the poor and God's creation.
A Church of England committee has rejected the nomination of a gay priest to be the next Bishop of Southwark.
The coalition government has opened a consultation inviting members of the public to suggest laws they think should be repealed.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland has called on the European Court of Human Rights to uphold the principles of freedom and tolerance ahead of next week's decision on whether schools in Italy will be allowed to display crucifixes in public school classrooms.
A group of Afghan Christians living in exile in India have issued an "urgent" plea to the international community to help Christians still living in Afghanistan following the recent call for their execution by a government minister.
Christian Concern for our Nation is calling on Christians to take action after the U.K government outlined its pro-homosexual agenda this week.
The head of the Christian Legal Center has condemned plans to air the first ever TV advertisement for abortion services.
The Archbishop of York has launched a scathing attack on the lack of preparation at polling stations that is believed to have caused thousands of voters to be turned away.
Polling stations across the United Kingdom have opened their doors as millions head to the polls to cast their votes in the most tightly contested General Election in decades.
The arrest of a street preacher, who said homosexuality is a sin, has renewed concern over religious freedom for Christians in the United Kingdom.
A Christian relationship counselor, who was let go after admitting to his employers that he felt he could not advise same-sex couples, has lost his bid to bring his dismissal before the Court of Appeal.
Christian groups have called into question a declaration urging Christians to vote according to their conscience in the General Election.
Catholic bishops in England and Wales have offered a "heartfelt apology" for the abuse of children by priests, saying there were "no excuses."
Warsaw's Pilsudski Square was filled with thousands of mourners on Saturday as Poland remembered victims of last week's plane crash, which killed President Lech Kaczynski, his wife and 94 dignitaries.
Atheist campaigner Richard Dawkins wants Pope Benedict XVI to be arrested during his state visit to Britain in September.
A Christian nurse says she is "disappointed" after a tribunal ruled that she could not wear her crucifix necklace to work.
The spiritual head of the worldwide Anglican Communion used his Easter sermon Sunday to call upon British Christians to remember what the cross stands for in their faith and refrain from equating opposition to their faith to the physical persecution suffered by believers in other countries.
The president of the Methodist Conference is inviting Christians to celebrate on Sunday the risen Lord and his love in action in their lives.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion has offered an apology after saying that the Catholic Church in Ireland had lost all credibility as a result of the child abuse scandal.