Black protestant and growing non religious voters, key to Joe Biden winning the US presidential election, frame the future direction on poverty, race and social justice.
The Church of England has published its long- awaited resource, Living in Love and Faith, aimed at enabling Christians to explore issues of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage. The timetable for considering the documents and deciding on policy could be as swift as two years.
Understanding the Hindu festival of Karva Chauth, when wives celebrate their marriage by dressing again as brides, feasting with each other before dawn, and then staying with the sisterhood while fasting for a day.
If philanthropy is to recover its soul, it needs to recover a spiritual dimension that places at its heart the relationship between those who give and those who receive.
Author Dr Robert Jones suggests churches have been responsible for constructing and sustaining a project to protect white supremacy and resist black equality.
The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has finished hearing damning evidence of sex abuse against children who were sent to Roman Catholic institutions in western Australia.
A proposed Holocaust memorial in Victoria Gardens, next to the Houses of Parliament, has become the subject of a planning inquiry after objections to its location and size.
A school pastoral assistant, dismissed for Facebook posts about the teaching of relationships, has lost her claim for unfair dismissal. She was defended by the conservative Christian Legal Centre.