'It is our responsibility to keep them healthy and help them grow'
Comments made at a hearing on the Brussels bombings branded 'misleading and irresponsible'
Russia has tried to ban the Scientology Church before on the grounds of it being a commercial organisation
The wedding was conducted by the world's first legally ordained 'ministeroni' on Saturday.
The distribution of religions across the world
'You sign a billion-year contract... you work 100 hours a week for 10 cents an hour. It’s just brutal'
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby can keep his job because the Church of England changed its rules about children born out of wedlock, but how does it cope with newfangled modern morality?
'We believe there are more unregistered school operating than originally thought by the DfE and local authorities'
A ‘counter–reality’ made of bored salesmen, busy nuns and misplaced items.
The report's author suggested that Muslim women may be discriminated against by Islamophobic employers in the application process who discern their faith from religious attire such as a hijab
If the governor approves, it will become the first state to do so
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 party claims 'Islam does not belong in Germany' and is seeking 'world domination'
'He took an interest in anyone's lives - old, young, anyone'
And Christians are more likely to believe in aliens than the Devil
Muslims aren't alone in facing problems with sectarianism, but people who demand respect for their beliefs but can’t afford tolerance to others deserve neither