The Second Epistle to the Thessalonians (3:1-12)

In verses 1 to 12 of chapter 3, Apostle Paul talks about the dangers of laziness,
Father Arnak Harutyunyan provides explanations. 

Issues of Adopting and Foster Families

What kind of social services are provided to alternative care providers - adoptive parents, guardian and foster families in Armenia? What are these families expecting most? What issues does the differentiated approach to these families bring about, what kind of difficulties do they face as a result of the lack of registration? Sociologists Mira Antonyan and Knarik Garanfilian represent the study of the Child Protection Network and the Foster Parents Association.

Church-State: Smooth and Wrinkled Relations

On April 4, 1918, Bishop Gevorg Chorekchyan informed the Catholicos of All Armenians Gevorg Surenyants about the details of his meeting with General Nazarbaev. The general told the bishop that only 4,000 out of the 16,000 soldiers remained. 12,000 had fled and the duty to send them back to the frontline then rested on the shoulders of the Armenian clergy, women and the media. How did church-state relations proceed with the formation of the first Republic of Armenia? How were the roles and functions of the new independent state allocated?

The Conviction of Illiteracy and Education Development Program

According to international experts, if Armenia does not invest in education in the coming years, the country will face 50% illiteracy in 2030. Local experts and researchers believe that our country lacks any idea about the problems of education, nor the effectiveness of educational expenditures, while the draft law "On the State Education Program till 2030" was presented for the public discussion. Does the draft law reflect sectoral issues and meet the needs? 
Discussion by education expert Serob Khachatryan and "National Center for Public Policy Research" NGO Artak Manukyan.

Epistle to the Galatians (3:5-14)

Father Arnak Harutyunyan comments on the verses 3:5-14 of Paul’s letter to Galatians. 

Epistle to the Galatians (3:1-4)

Father Arnak Harutyunyan comments on the verses 3:1-4 of Paul’s letter to Galatians. 

Epistle to the Galatians (2:6-10)

Father Arnak Harutyunyan comments on the verses 2:6-10 of Paul’s letter to Galatians. 

Epistle to the Galatians (2:1-5)

Father Arnak Harutyunyan explains the passage from the letter of Apostle Paul addressed to Galatians – chapter 2, verses 1-5. After 14 years of preaching to gentiles, he was slandered, and he returned Jerusalem to meet with Peter, John and James.

Epistle to the Galatians (1:6-21)

What does it mean to know Christ and His Gospel? What issues were did the Galatians experience? Father Arnak Harutyunyan talks about this and other issues commenting on the verses 1:6-21 of the Epistle to Galatians. 

Epistle to the Galatians (1:1-5)

Who were the Galatians? Why did Paul write the letter to Galatians, what was special about it? Presents Father Arnak Harutyunyan. 

Neither de jure, nor de facto

Gender-based discrimination problem in Armenia refers more to women, than men, experts say. The Law on Equal Rights and Equal Opportunities for Women and Men does not have the capacity to effectively use gender-based discrimination and is more of a declarative nature. Narine Alexanyan, candidate of jurisprudence and Gohar Shahnazaryan, Head of the Center for Gender Studies and Leadership, sociologist, discuss the topic. 

Psychological and Spiritual Assistance to Gambler

According to the NSS, the amount of gambling activities in Armenia is about $ 550 million annually. And Armenian bookmakers take bets for around 16 billion drams a month. And this is the case when official data evidence 30% poverty in Armenia. According to statistical data, up to 7 percent of gambling-affected people have pathological tendency to gambling, and about 60 percent of those are also inclined to law breaking. 20% of pathological gamblers experience a real suicide attempt. In many countries, casinos are banned, while others introduce anti-gambling programs, create services. Even the consequences of the popularity and availability of gambling business are not assessed in Armenia.