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As theological debates on sexuality and marriage become more and more central, many Christian denominations are being asked to clarify their views.
The EAUK welcomes the opportunity for a social debate. Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision aims to strenghten the current government’s position ahead of the Brexit negotiations, analysts believe.
The Church has said the game was "a good way to start a conversation that may lead on to other things".
Narrow outcome (difference of 1.3 million votes) opens a political crisis in the UK and an unpredictable scenario in other countries of the European Union. PM David Cameron announces he will step down.
On Thursday 23 June, the citizens of the UK will decide if they remain in the European Union. 7 Christians organisations share a joint prayer. Several authors have published biblical perspectives at Evangelical Focus.
Viewing the issues of the referendum debate through the lens of what theologians call “salvation history”, the mission of God to redeem His creation, throws new light on them and provides vital perspective to help us make our decision on the 23 June.
Sir Fred Catherwood: “Patriotism gives to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s. But in the end nationalism wants total allegiance, because it is more than politics. It is religion.”
Over the last three months, more than 38,000 students have attended a university Christian Union mission week event in the United Kingdom.
Social media users share great ‘Aurora Borealis’ pictures.
Joseph Fiennes is a Roman Centurion tasked with finding the corpse of Jesus Christ after his resurrection. The film will be released in European countries throughout March.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he doesn't regret bringing down dictator Saddam Hussein, but admits partial responsibility for Daesh (ISIS) rise.
Golfer Zach Johnson says his surprise win in this week's Open Golf tournament was partly inspired by his devotion to prayer and the Bible.
Vicar of Lancaster Priory proposes motion for General Synod to consider ceremony to mark a person’s gender transition.
Polls show Labour and Conservatives are tied. Hundreds of churches hosted debates with candidates, and evangelicals led campaigns encouraging people to vote.
UK is less than 4 weeks away from their national election day. Evangelical Christians are offering all kind of resources to encourage believers to engage politically.
The UK's first husband and wife team of bishops has been created with the appointment of a new Bishop of Hull.
Why is it that Christians generally feel more of a compulsion to use their democratic franchise than others? And can this inform those who have lost hope in our democracy?
Those who turn a blind eye to sexual exploitation will be jailed, announced David Cameron. The PM urges the population to “recognise the horrific nature of what has happened in our country.”
Mother tells of giving birth to gay son's baby after surrogate pregnancy. Anne-Marie Casson has spoken publicly of how she became a surrogate to son Kyle's baby.
France will double the funds for Islamic studies in their Universities. UK invests money in areas with big Muslim communities.
Why do I think British Christians should be concerned about a referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU? Let me discuss with you for a while what I think the main issues are.
British churches participate in Fairtrade Fortnight to provide a fair deal for farmers and producers in the developing world. Retail sales fell by 3.7 per cent last year.
Freedom of speech of the Christian Unions is “assured,” says Home Secretary. UCCF had reacted to Government plans to ‘protect’ Universities from radical ideas which included restrictions to Christian activities on Campus.
Church of England says country needs “new approach to political life”. Conservative party reacts: “There is a very definite left-wing leaning to their message”.
Poll shows that UK citizens think atheists are more likely to be moral individuals than religious people. British lawmakers say urgent action is needed to face the rise of anti-Semitism.