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November 30, 2013

Mercy for the Mayor?

By: Phil Reinders

Have you noticed how being merciful doesn't feel very moral? Come on, admit it - it feels really good to find some high ground, point fingers, and get all righteously worked up. Read More
November 29, 2013

Reflecting on Scandals with Michael Ignatieff

By: Bill Blaikie

We were asked about our views about the damage that was being done to politics. Read More
November 25, 2013

Need Direction?

By: John Latta

Decisions about dollars spent investing in tiers of education need to be balanced with the realistic employment options. Take time to find wise counsel and advice for the big life decisions. Read More
November 22, 2013

"What For?"

By: Jill Knudston

I believe that "call" cannot be separated from identity and that knowledge of one's self is the greatest asset to vocational discernment. Read More
November 16, 2013

Naming the Prosperity Gospel for What It Is

By: David Guretzki

Such a central focus on money in Western society, not surprisingly, has spawned a syncretistic version of Christianity which probably could not have arisen in any other context: the prosperity gospel. Read More
November 16, 2013

Achieving New Level of Financial Prosperity

By: Pat Francis

True prosperity is not just a factor of having money. Read More
November 15, 2013

Why Prosperity Theology is Bankrupt

By: Kyle Beshears

Jesus was a homeless itinerant rabbi who didn't have enough money to pay his taxes. But, He was blessed enough by God to feed thousands of people! In the early days of the church, we see Christians selling their belongings and property in order to ensure the needs of the down-and-out were met. Read More
November 11, 2013

Murder Masquerading as Mercy

By: Jean Echlin

We have no right to ask our professional caregivers to kill us. Neither should they ever feel obliged or be forced to comply with this narcissistic request. Read More
November 8, 2013

Every Day is About Choices

By: David Mainse

Twenty months ago I was given two years to live. Read More
November 8, 2013

The Kindest Killer: Death with Dignity

By: Lia Mills

The slogan "death with dignity" is a lovely illusion. The concept behind its birth appears flawlessly kind...but it is for this reason that we should be warned. Read More
October 17, 2013

Quebec's very problematic Charter proposal

By: Richard Landau

Québec is about to stray into the weeds and is going to be portrayed as intolerant. Read More
October 12, 2013

Listening to the Unlikely

By: John Stackhouse

I learn most of what I learn not by communicating my own thoughts, but by attending to someone else's. Read More

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