Fear and fantasy are creating a new generation of celibate young men – but is that a good thing?


Young men in Western societies are having less sex than previous generations. But as Christians, should this be a cause for celebration or concern? It depends on the reasons, says Graham Nicholls.


Prince Philip (1921-2021): An outstanding example of Christian service


The Queen’s faith is well known and well documented. But Prince Philip also exemplified a life of Christian service, says Catherine Butcher

Prince Philip

Statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the Death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh


The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said today: 

Lament Garden Bowls

Why our church has created a Garden of Lament


Rev Caroline Taylor from St John’s Hoxton explains why the oft-forgotten practice of lament is so important


Freedom: Justin Bieber’s Gospel EP is all about grace


Pop superstar Justin Bieber has released a surprise EP. And many of the lyrics position Christianity as a transformative grace, says our reviewer 


Hans Küng (1928 - 2021): The controversial Catholic theologian who challenged the establishment


Catherine Pepinster pays tribute to the Catholic priest and academic who wrote one of the most gripping books on Christian apologetics of the past 100 years


Keir Starmer’s apology for visiting a church is deeply concerning


It is utterly depressing that Keir Starmer should apologise for visiting a church on Good Friday, says James Mildred

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Why the Government’s race report lacks credibility - and what the Church should be doing about it


Last week’s report on race and ethic disparities fell well short of the mark, says Calvin T. Samuel, but it won’t stop the critical conversations that have finally begun. 


‘We do not engage in conversion therapy’: Pastor Agu responds to Keir Starmer LGBT controversy


The leader of the Labour Party, Keir Starmer has apologised for visiting Jesus House in north London. He tweeted on Monday he was “not aware” of the church’s views on gay rights when he went to visit the vaccination centre at the church building. Premier Christianity spoke to the church’s pastor Agu Irukwu to find out more


6 ways to manage your money well


As we recover from the financial impact of a year like no other, Laide Olunloyo shares her top tips on how to manage our money well as Christians.


Why Christians should welcome Franklin Graham’s legal victory

2021-04-01T15:47:00+01:00By , UK director of the Evangelical Alliance

Blackpool Council were wrong to ban adverts about Franklin Graham’s evangelistic event, a court has found. Peter Lynas from the Evangelical Alliance explains more

Jesus Tomb

Joseph of Arimathea: The Secret Disciple


Dig beneath the surface of the Easter story and you will find some intriguing characters, says Chris Goswami. But just because they’re not given centre stage doesn’t mean we should pass them by. If we do, we miss a great story and some powerful life lessons.


Why Easter is the new Christmas


These two seasons present us with significant opportunities to share our faith, says Tim Farron MP 


Matt Hancock said DIY home abortions would be ‘temporary’. One year on, they’re still legal


What were initially billed as ‘temporary’ changes to abortion law are still in place, and Christians must oppose them, says Christian Concern’s Andrea Williams


Why Christian events still matter


Debra Green OBE explains the huge impact she believes festivals, conferences and other events have and encourages us to continue engaging with them


A judge says Gov were wrong to ban churches from meeting. But I think his theology is wrong


Lord Braid has ruled that the Scottish Government’s closure of churches during the Covid-19 lockdown was unconstitutional and went against the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. Premier’s head of digital theology Dr Pete Phillips takes a closer look at the ruling


Dear Church, The training is over, the iceberg is here


London City Mission’s CEO Graham Miller asks, ’After hundreds of hours of hearing the gospel preached, will Bible-believing Christians now apply what they have heard, and be a conduit for God’s blessing to the poor?’


Raya and the Last Dragon: The Christian themes in Disney’s new blockbuster


Matthew Winbow reviews the critically-acclaimed fantasy action film