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February 5, 2009 Episode #375

Taser Tragedy: Update

Following the death of Robert Dziekanski, a tasered victim at the Vancouver airport, we look at what it means to help our neighbour. What went wrong? Could something as simple as kindness have prevented such a tragedy?


QUESTION OF THE... see more
January 29, 2009 Episode #374

Faith In Obama

This week on Context with Lorna Dueck. Faith in a President. Looking at the heart of what inspires hope in America's leader.


Question of the Week: Does President Obama inspire you? Why or why not? Email us at... see more
January 23, 2009 Episode #373

God on Trial

Natural disasters, disease and poverty. They're called "Acts of God." So should God be sued? Some people think so. That's explored this week on Context with Lorna Dueck!


QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Why do people blame God when things go... see more
January 17, 2009 Episode #369

Cambodia: Kids for Sale

A personal journey into the dangers of the global slave trade.  Children for sale and the heroes who rescue them. That’s explored this week on Context with Lorna Dueck!


QUESTION OF THE WEEK:  Do you plan to give... see more
January 9, 2009 Episode #368

A New Look for an Old Book

Mohammed Ali, Angelina Jolie, and John Lennon. All in the latest version of the Bible. Smart marketing or sacrilege?    We explore this new look for an old book.


QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What would it take for you to read... see more
December 31, 2008 Episode #372

Grading Global Goals

9 years down. Only 6 more to go. Taking the pulse of the global battle against poverty. Is the world on track to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015? We explore that this week on Context with Lorna Dueck.


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December 26, 2008 Episode #371

Best Of 2008

We're on the threshold of a New Year. A year that's sure to be filled with its share of challenges and joys. But how many of the situations that we face in the coming months, will have their roots in 2008? The stories that shaped our... see more
December 19, 2008 Episode #370

Generosity in Tough Times

When the economy shrivels – must too our care for the poor? Or is there a way to give generously in a season of frugality? We’ll explore that question from our Christian perspective.
We'll visit... see more

November 21, 2008 Episode #366

When Justice Meets Horror

It was an act so horrific, so unimaginable, the word “crime” simply doesn’t fit. An innocent man, brutally slaughtered in an apparently unprovoked attack.  As Canadians process the immense tragedy, there have been... see more
November 7, 2008 Episode #365

Canada's First Terrorist

Canada has convicted her first terrorist. It's a case that shocked the nation for its planned atrocities. Atrocities that allegedly included storming the offices of this country's national broadcaster, staging an attack on Parliament Hill,... see more
November 2, 2008 Episode #364

The Big Bang

Take 8-thousand scientists. Add 10-billion dollars. Throw in natural curiosity. Our never-ending quest to explore boundaries. Push limits. And solve the world’s mysteries.
What have you got? The search for the "God particle."
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October 24, 2008 Episode #363

Religion and U.S. Politics

Religion is and always has been a critical component of American culture. It was people seeking religious freedom that founded the United States. Today, a look at how that historic passion is affecting the current race for the White... see more

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