Having secured votes from 81% of white evangelicals during the election, President's subsequent performance and policies have proven less popular with churchgoers
And more than a tenth of 'active' believers say they do not think there is life after death
Sarah Kuteh says she had no intention of imposing her beliefs on others
War-torn Middle Eastern nation was once home to around 1.5m Christians. There are now thought to be less than 250,000
May is hardly the first avowedly Christian politician who would have made Jesus ruin his cute trick with the loaves and fish by puking over the lot of them
Danish People's Party says going to church would put new arrivals 'on the right track'
A sharp drop in annual rainfall in the northern Galilee region over the past three years has caused the lake's waters to recede
Synod rejects report calling for ban on same sex marriage in the church to be upheld
Center for the Study of Global Christianity report references thousands killed by Boko Haram in Nigeria and Al-Shabaab in east Africa
Parents said son had been ill for weeks but had not sought medical help because they had 'issues' with doctors
Finding someone you click with is hard enough for most people, but when Jesus is the most important person in your life, the challenge becomes much greater
Some fundamentalist institutions may be able to register as private schools in the UK to ensure they are not subject to the same scrutiny as state educators
School says reports they are not allowing students and teachers to celebrate are false, claiming German teachers cancelled carol singing of their own volition
Some converts are introduced to Christianity on the way to Europe, while others were repressed in their home countries
The tomb's contents provides 'visible proof that the spot the pilgrims worship today really is the same tomb the Roman Emperor Constantine found in the 4th century'
Due to recent restoration, the paintings are clearer than they have ever been over the past 600 years