Roundup: Prayer and theology, peacemaking, taxing churches, Pacific solution
Professor James Hathaway, expert in international migration law at the University of Michigan, former Dean of Melbourne University Law School, speaks on Radio National Breakfast.
Cash-strapped officials in Europe are looking for a way to ease their financial burden by upending centuries of tradition and seeking to tap one of the last untouched sources of wealth: the Catholic Church.
Why it’s so hard for Christians to understand the logic of nonviolence in their own traditions.
The significance of prayer for political theology.