A new book claims the Jesus fathered two children and married
The Chritsian group The Core Issues Trust has accused Boris Johnson of banning the advert for political gain
The gay presenter will undergo controversial conversion treatments
If you’re going to live your life according to the teachings of a book, you should at least study it in an objective way
Those wacky folks at Google have got festive today, adorning the top of their page with a snowy woodland cartoon.
Evangelist who provoked a media frenzy by predicting that the end of the world was nigh – three times
Harold Camping, the California preacher who staked his credibility, along with tens of millions of dollars of his fortune, on predictions that the world would end on several separate occasions only to give up such premonitions when they all failed has died. He was 92.
Authors of a new book used internet-based metrics to declare Christ 'the most significant person ever'
A Life of Brian take on the Bible doesn’t prove to be a revelation
The British Nobel Laureate author, who wrote The Golden Notebook and The Grass is Singing, had a writing career spanning more than 60 years
A few seconds after 12:30pm on 22 November 1963, Lyndon B Johnson lay face down on the floor of his limousine under a secret service agent called Rufus Youngblood. Radios crackled with panic and confusion. Neither man knew it yet but the moment a bullet had killed JFK two cars ahead, Johnson had automatically become President of the United States.
He might be better known for writing songs about women and politics, but fans of Bruce Springsteen can now study his thoughts and interpretations of the bible, at one of the USA’s oldest universities.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted he “probably” smoked crack cocaine at a press conference on Tuesday, excusing his behaviour by saying “I was in a drunken stupor at the time.”
Embarrassing gaffe sees Latin inscription call the Christian Messiah 'Lesus'
Christianity was a sophisticated government propaganda exercise used to pacify the subjects of a the Roman Empire, claims scholar
Peter and Hazelmary Bull regard any sex outside marriage as a 'sin' but deny either direct or indirect discrimination