Turkish leaders want to convert the Hagia Sophia back into a mosque
Jacob Resneck, Religion News Service
“If it is to reopen as a house of worship, then it should open as a Christian church,” the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew — the Archbishop of Constantinople — told Turkish newspaper Milliyet in February, saying that the Hagia Sophia had served as a Christian church for hundreds of years before Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453.
The Free Market is Answer to World Poverty, Says Theologian
Tyler O’Neil, Christian Post
In a presentation of his new book at the Family Research Council, biblical theologian Wayne Grudem argued that poor countries can become rich only by producing their own prosperity, and that the free market is not only the economic answer, but in tune with the Bible’s moral teachings.
Why Do You Work?
Stephen Nichols, Ligonier Ministries
Why do you work? I once heard a rather depressing answer that went something like this: “We get a job so we can buy our kids shoes, so they can go to school, so they can get a job someday, so that they can buy their kids shoes, so that they … ”
Separation of Church and Church
Bailey Pritchett, The Weekly Standard
When property law and canon law collide.