Justin Brierley examines the latest reinventions of the Jesus of history. Ten years on from Dan Brown’s bestselling The Da Vinci Code, fresh rumours of who Jesus really was still shift books in their hundreds... More

Facing war, poverty and persecution, many Christians have left Syria. So what future is faced by those who remain? More

In the light of a controversial legal decision, Lucinda Van der Hart looks at the rise of gender-selective abortion in the UK. More

My parents weren’t atheists; they just weren’t bothered about faith. We didn’t even go to church at Christmas... More

Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died in February, is the latest in a long line of troubled celebrities to... More

Despite everything you're hearing about turmoil and violence in the Arab world, there is hope for the... More

On Thursday 6th June 2013 representatives from every parish in the Diocese of London gathered in St Paul’s... More

Christian Vision for Men and Premier have embarked on a long-term partnership, designed to work towards... More

After one of the deadliest storms on record, aid workers find that there is still hope The estimated... More

It’s 1.20am and my mobile is ringing. Loudly. A shrill ringtone, one I selected during a moment of madness,... More