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May 28, 2001

Don't Box Faith Out Of Schools

We can't separate what we believe from how we learn, says Christian broadcaster LORNA DUECK. Faith-based education is everyone's right.
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May 1, 2001

The World Needs More Moms

Those qualities are not limited to the woman you call mom, or to the children that are your own. Nothing gets growing without someone saying yes to birthing, nurturing, and sacrifice.
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January 1, 2001

A New Year Of Change

Now that I've had my little rant out about how I would rather resist change than embrace it, what is a person with a spiritual perspective to conclude about change?
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January 1, 2001

Canada Weakens Guard On Child Pornography

In the 65 pages that nine of our brightest minds spent deliberating over the past year, the Supreme Court justices clearly outline the link child pornography has to distorted sexual behaviour and harm to children.
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December 1, 2000

The Innu Request For Prayer

The only thing they requested? "Pray for our community, please pray." When people of faith gather to tell their stories, you can summarize the content under three universal divisions: creation, fall, and redemption.
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November 1, 2000

Vote With Your Heart

Who can argue that we want peaceful lives and that good government is essential for that to happen? The apostle who wrote most about government lived under a pagan persecuting system and the only activism he promoted was prayer and obedience to rulers.
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November 1, 2000

Healthy Faith A Real Healer

Dr. David Larson, president and founder of the research group, is a psychiatrist trained in the days when that profession held that religion was harmful to people. Most of his career he's been on a mission to find the facts on whether that's true.
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November 1, 2000

Fair Game On Religous Bias

This level of innuendo, mockery, and deriding has been unprecedented in our public discourse, and it's happened because we're apparently all voting for Stockwell Day.
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October 31, 2000

Sorry Isn't Good Enough

An apology spurned is like someone spitting in your face. So when Matthew Coon Come, Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, announced he would not accept a sweeping apology from church leadership for sins that occurred at residential schools, it was a watershed moment.
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October 1, 2000

We Must Speak Up About Trash On TV

The activist comments caught me fresh on the wave of patriotism as I was reminiscing on a quote from the late Pierre Elliot Trudeau.
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October 1, 2000

Halloween 2

The choice on what to do with this commercial holiday depends on which point you embrace it's history - from it's origin, or from it's adaptations.
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September 1, 2000

Season Of Change

Here's what I've discovered: change is an opportunity for growth, an opportunity we need to manage or it runs the risk of simply bringing chaos and disappointment.
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