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March 11, 2010

Sex for sale is hardly sporting

By: Lorna Dueck
News that Canadian pimps have forced prostitutes into Vancouver to service tourists during the upcoming Olympics isn't the kind of commerce we expected as proud host of the Winter Games.
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March 11, 2010

Owning Haiti's podium

By: Lorna Dueck
Eight-year-old Rodenson has just what it takes to catch the eye of amateur sports officials. With a little luck, he might even have the right stuff to own a podium one day.
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February 5, 2010

Human rights and the seal hunt, the debate moves north

By: Lorna Dueck
Spike a seal and watch the emotions boil over on all sides of this debate. Should those who hunt seals, like the Inuit of Canada's North, be the ones to determine the future of that species?
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January 7, 2010

Let's pray for our soldiers in Afghanistan

By: Lorna Dueck
Something significant is missing in Canada's battle for liberty in Afghanistan. It is the spiritual armour our military should be getting from the front lines of the Canadian church.
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October 28, 2009

Faith in fighting the flu

By: Lorna Dueck
The lack of trust in our nation over the H1N1 vaccine is significant, so much so it looks like a national crisis of disbelief: It appears we are doubtful of Health Canada's request that everyone needs to get a pandemic shot.
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October 10, 2009

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September 25, 2009

Polygamous challenge: A cause of lost common sense

By: Lorna Dueck
Shopping for a legal team to prosecute polygamy in Canada is tougher than shopping for a harem. How can it be easier to maintain 19 women in a polygamous relationship than to find a court able to enforce Canada's Criminal Code against polygamy?
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August 17, 2009

Let's rebuild the African narrative

By: Lorna Dueck
What if the church could lead the world in thinking about trade versus aid for Africa? This was the challenge for 120,000 faith leaders from around the world who gathered this month through the Illinois-based multi-denominational Willow Creek Leadership Summit and linked by video to 400 cities.
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July 8, 2009

Listen up, we need to find homes for 30,000 kids

By: Lorna Dueck
With just a few clicks on the keyboard and a send to the printer, I held the document that promises to unlock some of the mysteries in my life.
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March 20, 2009

Where is the church-led economic recovery?

By: Lorna Dueck
There was a time when Canadian churches knew how to help you face the worst that economic storms could wreak. In the Great Depression, for example, there were pockets of faith-based activists who launched social change on such a scale that much of it is still with us today.
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March 18, 2009

It's not easy being a religious science minister

By: Lorna Dueck
Canada's science minister has stepped into the future of a democracy that no longer knows how to handle belief in God. His refusal to explain his beliefs on evolution in an interview with The Globe and Mail scored among the "most discussed" stories this week on the paper's website. This brought back a memory of the South Park episode Go God Go: In a religionless world, the animated pudgy stick figures, when irritated, curse "Oh my science," not "Oh my God."
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February 26, 2009

A little gospel for bailout beggars

By: Lorna Dueck
Bailout is a contentious topic for Christian thought to wrestle with. At an early crisis in the story of God and the human race, God tells his human friend Adam that he's going to have to increase his productivity if he's to survive.
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