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Vicars need to be funnier, says Bishop of London

Vicars need to be funnier, says Bishop of London

People are ‘much more receptive’ to the message of Christianity if it’s delivered with a joke. Read more

Dr Gooder’s 6 top tips for reading the Bible

Dr Gooder’s 6 top tips for reading the Bible

The Bible isn’t an easy book to read, but it’s worth sticking at, said theologian Dr Paula Gooder today. Read more

Children ‘eager’ to hear Bible stories, conference told

Children ‘eager’ to hear Bible stories, conference told

Britain’s primary school children are ‘eager’ to hear Bible stories. That was the message today from Open the Book spokesperson, Val Ralston. Read more

Bible at the heart of Chelsea Flower Show

Bible at the heart of Chelsea Flower Show

The Bible forms a crucial part of one of the most striking exhibits at this year's Chelsea Flower Show. Read more

Aid delivered to Nepal as second quake hits

Aid delivered to Nepal as second quake hits

A second major earthquake struck Nepal yesterday, killing dozens of people and injuring more than 1,000, though these numbers are likely to rise. Read more

Comment: The Biblical reason for voting

Comment: The Biblical reason for voting

What does the Bible say about politics and how can it be relevant now with an election looming? Read more

Christians decide which Biblical character the party leaders represent

Christians decide which Biblical character the party leaders represent

Days after Ed Miliband was likened to Moses with his tablet of stone – a new poll carried out by Christian Research for Bible Society, has found that Christians think he’s actually more like Jacob – the man who stole his brother’s birth right. Read more

A thousand children a day reading Bible stories

A thousand children a day reading Bible stories

A thousand children a day, in England and Wales, are reading stories from the Bible thanks to Pass It On. Read more

Blinded at Gallipoli

Blinded at Gallipoli

Twenty-one year-old Lt Maurice Little lost all but his life fighting at Quinn’s Post, the most advanced post of the ANZAC line at Gallipoli. But it did not destroy his spirit or his trust in God. Read more

‘The bravest man’ I ever knew

‘The bravest man’ I ever knew

Chaplain Andrew Gillison was praised in one soldier’s war diary as ‘the bravest man’ he ever knew. Dearly loved by the Gallipoli soldiers for whom he gave his life, his memorial still stands at Embarkation Pier at Gallipoli. Read more

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