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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Are You Poor?

If there was a nation in the world with only billionaires and millionaires, would you consider the least rich person in that nation poor? If the least rich person in that nation owned the smallest mansion, the least expensive sports cars, the least expensive personal chefs and housemaids in the nation, would they be poor?…

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Would You Vote For A Pro-Infanticide Politician?

The Blackface pictures isn’t Justin Trudeau’s biggest scandal. The SNC-Lavalin corruption story isn’t Justin Trudeau’s biggest scandal. Justin Trudeau’s commitment to violating human rights against vulnerable babies in Canada and across the entire world is his biggest scandal. But maybe that says more about us than Justin Trudeau. Justin Trudeau is the face of Canada,…

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Is Justin Trudeau A White Supremacist?

Black Lives Matter Toronto called Justin Trudeau a “White supremacist terrorist” two years ago. The social justice group made the accusation against Trudeau because his immigration policies are more restrictive than they hoped for. At the time, Black Lives Matter Toronto had a favourable reputation in the media, but their accusation against Justin Trudeau received…

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Racial Reconciliation: Political Or Theological?

If racial reconciliation could be legislated by laws, Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation would have reconciled Americans in the 19th century. If racial reconciliation could be achieved by social justice, Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream would have become a reality in the 20th century. If racial reconciliation could be resolved by politics, Barack Obama would have…

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