A Bible said to have been signed by Donald Trump and sold on eBay for $325, is fake, three authenticators have said.
The City of Montreal in Canada has announced that it will remove the crucifix that has hung in its council chamber for more than 80 years.
Police forces in some parts of the country are closing nearly a half of investigations into racially and religiously-aggravated offences without identifying a suspect, new analysis shows.
The Mayor of London said he expects police to take "seriously" the case of a street preacher who claims he was wrongly arrested.
The Bishop of Chester has branded the multibillion-pound HS2 rail project as “a sin”.
Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he is not counting on God to solve Brexit.
A letter refusing asylum to an Iranian claiming conversion to Christianity has appeared filled with Biblical quotes.
The academic Jordan Peterson has strongly criticised a University of Cambridge faculty after an offer made to him of a visiting fellowship was withdrawn.
A tornado tore through Mt Zion Baptist Church in Kentucky last Thursday, yet all 40 pre-school children and 10 staff members that were inside at the time have survived without injury.
A Tennessee State University American football player that suffered a severe brain injury has said his belief in God saved his life.
The Christian owners of a Bed and Breakfast in Hawaii will have to make rooms available to LGBT couples after they lost their appeal at the US Supreme Court.
A Christian charity has described recent data on the number of modern slavery cases involving UK children as "alarming".
While Jerome Kunkel, 18, has not contracted the virus, he is barred from Our Lady of the Sacred Heart/Assumption Academy in Walton and any extracurricular activities on the premises.
The Christian charity, Tearfund is asking Christians to pray as the clear-up begins after Cyclone Idai.
A ban on smacking in Scotland would mark an "open attack" on the authority of God, a church leader has warned Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs).
Questions over how police treated a street preacher arrested in Southgate last month will be put to the Mayor of London on Thursday.
A vicar has asked if his own church's clock chimes can be turned off at night because they're keeping him awake.
As the Prime Minister seeks a short Brexit delay, the European Commission president has stressed the importance of Parliament accepting the negotiated Withdrawal Agreement.
The vicar of Peterborough says the Christian MP has his "profound sympathy and prayers" but that her video was "bizarre".
A Christian journalist has been asked to attend a police interview after she was accused - among other things - of referring to a transgender woman by the wrong pronoun.