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Two women defy centuries-old ban by entering Indian temple Syria's Christians are begging Trump not to withdraw US troops Peace pilgrimage will mark 30th anniversary of Lockerbie bombing Google chief executive denies political bias against conservatives Transgender woman among the favourites to win Miss Universe Beyond remembrance: Why we need to do something different with our future Rare gold cross found in medieval Bulgarian fortress Young Christian couple die in tragic helicopter crash hours after tying the knot in 'fairytale wedding' Prayers and solidarity after gunmen targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue Looking for a Christian alternative to Halloween? CofE announces new Bishop of Ramsbury 'From the bottom of my heart, I am sorry': How Black History Month has challenged a white woman Toxic masculinity: Why we should stop calling God 'he' Why the lows are just as important as the highs Petrol-head priest appointed as artist-in-residence to Aston Martin Archaeologists think they've found evidence for Bible's account of Exodus near the Jordan River Churches hold vigils after shooting leaves four dead in eastern Canada Israel to move Armageddon prison to reveal ancient Christian church The Bible and punishment: Is God unjust? Rob Bell's Holy Shift: It's preaching, but not as we know it Pastor who shot and killed rampaging Walmart carjacker says it was a 'traumatic experience' The face of God: What a university study reveals about some Christian misconceptions Pastor Rob Bell accuses American evangelicals of putting guns before God and the Bible Chip and Joanna Gaines pay $40K fine for violating safety regulations

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  • Two women defy centuries-old ban by entering Indian temple

    Reuters

    The women, reported by Reuters partner ANI to be in their 40s, entered the premises of the Sabarimala hill temple.

  • Syria's Christians are begging Trump not to withdraw US troops

    Staff writer

    Trump has been told his withdrawal of troops from Syria will put Christians at risk of an ISIS resurgence

  • Peace pilgrimage will mark 30th anniversary of Lockerbie bombing

    Christian Today staff writer

    The Walk of Peace will take place on December 22 when scores of people are expected to silently climb Burnswark, an ancient and dramatic landmark south east of the Dumfries and Galloway town.

  • Google chief executive denies political bias against conservatives

    Staff writer

    The chief executive of Google has refuted accusations of political bias as the technology giant faces tough scrutiny at Capitol Hill.

  • Transgender woman among the favourites to win Miss Universe

    Staff writer

    Bookmakers are slashing the odds on a transgender contestant to lift the tiara at this year's Miss Universe contest.

  • Beyond remembrance: Why we need to do something different with our future

    Dave Luck

    Our well-intentioned rationality does not change our hearts. Our good intentions are often just that.

  • Rare gold cross found in medieval Bulgarian fortress

    Reuters

    Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a rare gold reliquary cross during excavations at a medieval stronghold dating back to the Second Bulgarian Empire.

  • Young Christian couple die in tragic helicopter crash hours after tying the knot in 'fairytale wedding'

    Leonardo Blair

    Less than two hours after getting married in a "fairytale wedding" on Saturday, a young Christian couple from Texas died after a helicopter they were traveling in crashed into the side of a hill on their family farm.

  • Prayers and solidarity after gunmen targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

    Christian Today staff writer

    Faith leaders have condemned the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue yesterday, with Christians and Muslims lining up to express solidarity with the victims.

  • Looking for a Christian alternative to Halloween?

    Staff writer

    It's that time of year again - when there's a pumpkin at every turn and you can't walk into a supermarket without being met by a ghoulish array of costumes and decorations.

  • CofE announces new Bishop of Ramsbury

    Christian Today staff writer

    Author of the highly acclaimed Parish – An Anglican theology of place, he is currently serving as team rector of St Mary, Oxted in Surrey.

  • 'From the bottom of my heart, I am sorry': How Black History Month has challenged a white woman

    Mandy Bayton

    'A nation which has no room for difference, has no room for humanity.'

  • Toxic masculinity: Why we should stop calling God 'he'

    Rosie Harper

    Is this actually what the story of Genesis is all about? Are we being given an insight into the root cause of so much of our cruelty and suffering?

  • Why the lows are just as important as the highs

    Charis Joy Jackson

    Without a little conflict, life would get pretty boring

  • Petrol-head priest appointed as artist-in-residence to Aston Martin

    Christian Today staff writer

    An Anglican priest, artist and classic car fan has landed a dream job combining all his enthusiasms.

  • Archaeologists think they've found evidence for Bible's account of Exodus near the Jordan River

    Michael Gryboski

    Historical evidence for the biblical account of the Exodus might be located at a site near the Jordan River, according to a recently announced discovery.

  • Churches hold vigils after shooting leaves four dead in eastern Canada

    Reuters

    Four people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in eastern Canada on Friday in the latest eruption of gun violence across the country that has led to calls for weapons bans in cities.

  • Israel to move Armageddon prison to reveal ancient Christian church

    Reuters

    In 2005, work to expand the aging Megiddo Prison uncovered the remains of a 3rd century Christian prayer hall, including a mosaic referring to 'God Jesus Christ'.

  • The Bible and punishment: Is God unjust?

    Jared Oliphint

    How does God's perfect, just nature harmonize with all kinds of stories and events in Scripture where God's people—and even God Himself—appear to approve of or command injustices?

  • Rob Bell's Holy Shift: It's preaching, but not as we know it

    Andy Walton

    I do a thing from the Book of Joshua, a thing from Isaiah. On paper that should not work. It's half theological reflection and half standup comedy and guerilla theatre.

  • Pastor who shot and killed rampaging Walmart carjacker says it was a 'traumatic experience'

    Leonardo Blair

    'I am grieved that the shooter's reckless actions endangered and hurt numerous individuals and demanded that he be stopped before doing more harm,' said Pastor David George

  • The face of God: What a university study reveals about some Christian misconceptions

    Florence Gildea

    What if God was one of us? Just a soft-featured, Caucasian male like one of us?

  • Pastor Rob Bell accuses American evangelicals of putting guns before God and the Bible

    Stoyan Zaimov

    Controversial former megachurch pastor Rob Bell has admitted in a new interview that he never felt comfortable in an evangelical environment, and accused evangelicals of showing their real values by largely supporting President Donald Trump.

  • Chip and Joanna Gaines pay $40K fine for violating safety regulations

    Jardine Malado

    Magnolia Homes, the company owned by reality TV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, has been ordered to pay a fine of $40,000 for violating safety regulations during the filming of the HGTV show "Fixer Upper."

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