Hardship and Friendship

Sometime last year, I walked out of a building to walk unto a bus. That’s what happened—that is what must have happened. I just don’t remember it. I don’t remember pushing the building’s door to walk out. I don’t remember my steps before I walked unto the bus. I don’t really remember much about that…

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Identity Politics Is A Threat To The Pro-Life Movement

Identity politics is a threat to human rights and the pro-life movement, especially in Christian circles. Last year, I shared a tweet saying: “One of the biggest indictments against the social justice movement (or the identity politics movement) within evangelicalism today is that it hasn’t produced a greater passion against the biggest human rights violation…

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Are Church Services Essential?

We have a tendency of making our preferences the mark of godliness. We too often perceive ourselves as the fourth member of the Trinity. We make our convictions synonymous with God’s commandments. We refuse to accept that alternatives to our preferences might not be evil. Especially when our favourite people agree with us—especially when our…

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Abortion And The Coronavirus

Since the coronavirus outbreak, every person in the world today—almost eight billion people—have changed their lives to protect others. The NBA and other professional sports leagues have closed their arenas. Universities and other schools have suspended entire semesters. Weddings and funerals have been postponed and cancelled. Restaurants and businesses are closed. Nations have closed their…

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The Lonely, Elderly Man

Some time after seven in the morning, his eyes move to the ceiling, before his hands brush his face. Then he shifts, carefully, to the other side of the bed to find his glasses over the bedroom table. When he maneuvers out of bed, he heads directly to the washroom, where he brushes his teeth,…

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