The most tragic forty-five minutes in history has just been aired on Canada’s main broadcasting network. It’s called Drag Kids, … Continue reading Drag Kids and a Heap of Millstones
There is always the danger of dehumanization on behalf of those urging the immediate eviction of the homeless in Victoria … Continue reading Humanity Among the Tents
I am averse to sadness in all its forms. Though I believe this aversion derives partly from nurture, I must … Continue reading A Grief Deferred: How Sadness Wounds and Heals
Dear Maryam Monsef, There are a few things in your response to conservative MP’s recent “unacceptable” involvement in pro-life activities … Continue reading An Open Letter to Maryam Monsef
That there is within man an inherent desire to to create is undeniable – one only needs to witness a … Continue reading A Subcreator’s Manifesto
Though this might sound like the start of a bad joke (or a good one, depending how deep you are … Continue reading A Newfie, an Entomologist, and an Evangelical Walk into a Bar. . .
Recently I listened to a seminar given by a young woman who seemed to indicate that the church had dropped … Continue reading Why the Gospel is More Then Your Health