Europe’s Empty Churches Go on Sale
Naftali Bendavid , Wall Street Journal
Hundreds of Churches Have Closed or Are Threatened by Plunging Membership, Posing Question: What to Do With Unused Buildings?
Green Policies a Cold Comfort to Britain’s Poor
The American Interest
Britain just hit an ignominious milestone: new figures show that more than a million families with children live in “fuel poverty,” unable to afford their basic power needs.
Congress is still really religious and really Christian
Domenico Montanaro , PBS Newshour
Despite a growing number of Americans who say they are religiously unaffiliated, Congress is dominated by those who identify with a religion.
Making Money To The Glory Of God
Timothy J. Trudeau
Both the prosperity gospel and the anti-prosperity gospel are over-reactions—possibly as a response to each other. Both are wrong. Neither is the gospel.