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Doing Good: A Future for Christianity in the 21st Century

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Being a stranger in a strange land

What does it mean to be a Christian in America today?

Religion Declines Under President Obama, Pew Study Shows

How and why religious affiliation has fallen under Obama- will it change under Trump?

Scores turning to Christianity in Middle East

Thousands of people are reportedly turning to Christianity across the Middle East.


Ban on using religion to deny school place among options for reform

Should school pupils have faith taken into account when it comes to school places?

How Working With Scorsese Is Like a Religious Experience

An actor on working with Martin Scorsese on set of the new film, "Silence".

Obama's lost plan to reduce abortions

How political polarisation has affected the President's plan to reduce abortions in the US.


Faith schools do better because of pupils’ backgrounds

Researchers find in new study that much of the difference between faith schools and their counterparts can be attributed to pupil characteristics, such as eligibility for free school meals

Fillon breaks taboo by declaring his Christianity

François Fillon, the conservative front-runner in the campaign for the French presidency, has prompted indignation proclaiming himself a Christian

Swiss Muslim girls must learn to swim with boys, court rules

Switzerland has won a case at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) obliging Muslim parents to send their children to mixed swimming lessons


'Belief and Beyond Belief' festival explores modern religion

The festival organised by London's Southbank Centre will tackle some pretty big questions using debate, performance and classical concerts

Luther’s Reformation created a new way of looking at the world

This year is the 500th anniversary of the dramatic gesture that changed our view of authority and the individual

Norwegian Church modifies links with State

A law that will partially disestab­lish the Church of Norway from the State has come into force this New Year


A man recently broke into my church. Good on him, I say

When I had the keys to St Paul’s, I often sat in there at night on my own. So I can understand why one man would go to such desperate lengths to pray

Are We Losing Our Religion?

The decline of religious belief in the UK is happening. Its progress is slow, and inconsistent, but it is happening.

Liberal churches dying. Conservative churches thriving

A Canadian study found that conservative churches are still growing, while less orthodox congregations dwindle away.

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