In Frank Spina's response to the proposition that the Christian principle is "equal pay for equal work," he poses the following questions: (1) whether markets are just or unjust, are they unavoidable?; (2) if "equal pay for equal work" is in fact a Christian principle, why should it be applied exclusively to faculty pay schemes?; (3) if markets are inherently unjust, should not Christians denounce them, refuse to participate in them, and advocate alternate systems?; (4) is it obvious that economies based on markets have been more unjust than those otherwise based?; (5) might other inequities and difficulties emerge when attempting to rectify the alleged injustice of differential pay by disciplines?; (6) has it been shown that "equal pay for equal work" is a biblical and Christian principle? Mr. Spina is Professor of Old Testament at Seattle Pacific University.