Historic church in Turkey converted into mosque. *** Understanding ideological battles being fought in Turkey is key to answering FX/IX questions & sheds light on the secular/religious issues in the US. *** Prep for Extemp / Congress with a personal coach! HugSpeak's coaches have extensive backgrounds in law, politics, & foreign affairs. http://www.hugspeak.com/shop/public-speaking-coach-students-forensics-oratory-extemp-congress/

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Tomb of the apostle Philip, located amid the remains of a fourth or fifth century church at Hierapolis, one of the most significant Christian sites in Turkey. Philip was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. Philip was tested by Jesus about how to feed 5,000 people (John 6:4-7), and he was approached by Greeks who wanted to see Jesus (John 12:20-21).

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why i raise my children without god. although i don't agree with every point in this article, i think the author raises some very interesting character flaws in the bible. "The idea of God and an afterlife gives many of us structure, community and hope. I do not want religion to go away. I only want religion to be kept at home or in church [...]"

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The main hall of Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. A simple, cave-like space 7 meters below ground with exposed stone and concrete walls. Designed by Emre Arolat Architects (EAA) and built in 2011. Photos by Bünyamin Salman, via Flickr.

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One of the most popular tourist attractions in Istanbul, The Blue Mosque was built in 1609 during the rule of Ahmed I #Istanbul

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Religion: What you see here is a map of the ethnic groups in Turkey. Most of the population in Turkish. In fact, 70-75% of the population. 18% of the population is Kurdish, and 7-12% belong to other minorities.

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