Coming back from the dead was a fairly rare event around the time of Jesus
The study found four out of 10 people raised as Anglicans have abandoned their faith
Doctor cautions that study does not address 'philosophical or theological questions' such as ‘Does God (or any higher being) exist?’
The first Pentecost marked the beginning of the Christian church as an official, meaningful movement
A fascinating, if slightly misleading, short history
The distribution of religions across the world
'I was in shock when I heard I was being charged'
The most well-known female biblical characters feel familiar to us because they’re so embedded within our culture. These women are represented in film, music videos, couture collections and featured in everything from plays to strip clubs. And yet, despite our cultural constructions and received understandings of female biblical characters, the Bible often tells us something very, very different about them.
The PM said Christianity had helped make Britain what it is today
Freedom From Religion Foundation: 'We do not think schools should be a battleground for religious ideas, but when schools allow Gideons to prey on children, their message must be countered.'
Ramón Fossati accused of waving his arms in an 'ostentatious' way
Pope Francis: 'We have different cultures and religions, but we are brothers and we want to live in peace'
However, there was one anomaly in the findings
A little known law in 1928 attempted to regulate Easter's fluctuating date, but fell by the wayside as it was not enforced
People still think of themselves as Christian but in Britain in particular, it’s clear traditional church attendance is down
With its congregation dwindling to around 12, the Christian denomination has had to rethink its strategy