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September 1, 1998

Under Cover Faith

But there's much more our actions are showing about who we are and that's putting us into tribal groupings like Disengaged Darwinists, Aimless Dependents, Social Hedonists, Rational Traditionalists, and Anxious Communitarians to name just a few.
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February 1, 1998

New Program For Generation X

It doesn't look like televangelism, it doesn't ask for financial support, it doesn't do an alter call, it doesn't have a prayer response, in fact recognizing Free TV as a Christian program is not high on the list of priorities for the youth team producing the show. It's clever, quick and intuitively promotes the goal to love Jesus and love people.
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February 1, 1998

Cuba For Christ

Renowned Cuban historian Dr. Fidel Ramos said ten years ago there were only 100,000 Cubans who would have described themselves as Christian. While persecution in Cuba has lessened signficantly, two of three church leaders interviewed said they still face weekly harrassing visits from police.
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January 1, 1998

Christians Respond To Ice Crisis

One floor below, Rev. Raymond LaSage of a local Baptist church was in the kitchen, working as a server for the 745 people using the shelter.
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November 1, 1997

Posterski's Promises

Show titles for "Promises" include Mainly Marriage, an exploration of why young people still choose to be married in churches; Possibilities for the Rich, a look at the responsibilities of wealthy athletes to their fans. Other programs explore workplace promises, spiritual promises, aboriginal anxieties and family promises.
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November 1, 1997

The Origin Of The Christmas Tree

St. Boniface is the man who created the notion of the Christmas tree and he fully intended that it be something we think about, not fight over.
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November 1, 1997

New Series For Maxine Hancock

Shot on location with guests, the attractive program is the creation of award winning producer Karen Pascal of Windborne Productions in Markham, Ontario.
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October 1, 1997

Me TV Bumps God Up The Dial

Earlier this month, 16 new channels were introduced to cable viewers, a package called Me TV, and to make room for Me, God got bumped.
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October 1, 1997

Euthanasia vs Life

On the opposite end of family planning needs, we find that a few Canadians have found it in their power to request their death at the hands of U.S. death doctor, Jack Kevorkian.
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September 1, 1997

A Time To Learn

At the maturing age of somewhere past 30 and not yet 40, should I still be striving for the openness of a child's curiosity ?
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September 1, 1997

Making Truth Hold It's Ground

At the maturing age of somewhere past 30 and not yet 40, should I still be striving for the openness of a child's curiosity ?
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August 1, 1997

New Season Brings A New Religion Program

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly is a project of PBS and will debut Sept. 5 on the top 10 PBS stations in the United States, while smaller cities and Canadian audiences may have to wait until October to tune in.
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