Steve Green announces 11,500 more items will be returned to the Middle East. Steve Green, president of Hobby Lobby and chairman of the Museum of the Bible, is returning 11,500 antiquities to the Iraqi and Egyptian governments. The ancient clay seals and fragments of papyrus do not have complete documentation and may have been looted or stolen. Green said he acquired the antiquities before the Washington, DC, museum opened in November 2017, when he didn’t understand the importance of proper provenance and trusted the word of unscrupulous dealers. “These early mistakes resulted in Museum of the Bible receiving a great…

Money talks in a capitalist society. But amid rising inequality, some Americans are wondering whether there is such a thing as being too wealthy.

News outlets have received criticism for how they cover shootings. Experts ask if coverage has become futile, and whether the media should take sides.

If you look in the display cabinet in my kitchen, nestled among my mismatched vintage serving ware you’ll see a framed sign that says, “Pardon the mess. My kids are making memories.” My husband laughs at that sign and says, “It’s so passive-aggressive. It says that you don’t want to be judged for a messy house, so you subtly judge someone else for judging you for making memories. Before they’ve even judged you.” He’s absolutely right. To me, the sign says, “My house is messy for a very good reason.” But the fine print says, “So if you were thinking…

No one likes criticism, but encountering some is inevitable, so we need to learn how to respond in a godly way.