Based on the statistics alone, this change in criteria is a gross overstep of government power in defining ‘who’ Canada is and and what the nation stands for.
What a state of privilege! It includes our justification before God, but the term “acceptance” in the Greek means more than that. It signifies that we are the objects of divine satisfaction, nay, even of divine delight.
Water. Without it we will perish in about 3 days. We who are privileged to have it running from our taps without limit take it for granted. In a globalized world with so many technological advancements there are still 748 million people that live without access to clean water — every single day. We hear these kinds […]
Before he had even released his first album, Andrew Belle was making waves in the music industry. He was awarded a John Lennon Songwriting award in 2009 before he debuted his 2010 freshman album, Ladders. Three years later he released Black Bear, a sweet mix of his poetic lyrics and new electronic beats. We had […]
From relationships to Instagram to gender equality to Mark Driscoll, here are the 10 most-read articles we published in 2014. 10. Rock, paper, equality? In the postmodern era, in the age of equality, freedom, and opportunities, how could we think marriage is an accomplishment? 9. How do you know if it’s love? The search […]
Emma Watson is one of the most likable actors in Hollywood today. Not only has she aged gracefully from precocious Hermione of Harry Potter fame, she has become an elegant woman with a sharp mind and a message to share. As the UN’s Goodwill Ambassador, Watson recently gave a speech on feminism, and how it’s […]
Company pleads ignorance to any connection to 1970 Kent State shootings While not the bastion for sketchy manufacturing like Walmart and Nike, Urban Outfitters has found a new way to offend. For just $129, you could buy the “Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt” in light pink, with splattering of red over the university logo. Many are enraged by the […]
Craig Erickson’s one-man comedy gives Christians something to think about “I want to be Your vessel. I want to hear Your voice.” It’s the sincere prayer of many a modern Christian, including Calvin, the protagonist of Craig Erickson’s play Jesus Made Me Funny. In a one-man show at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Erickson portrays multiple characters […]
The most deadly strain in the Ebola family of viruses causes fever, weakness of body, diarrhea, at times internal bleeding, and in more than 55 per cent of cases, death. And right now, it’s sweeping through West Africa. The latest news sees multiple people being tested for the virus in New York, sparking a rumour […]
Bias is hard to eliminate for anybody; the Palestine and Israel conflict is no exception. With much of the Bible having its focus on Israel, many Christians feel a natural leaning towards the nation. But when it comes down to it, the sobering news is that there is much more blood on Israel’s hands than […]