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A Christian Response to the Trinity Western Decision

The Supreme Court of Canada issued a “devastating decision” regarding religious freedom today, ruling that provincial law societies had the right to refuse to accredit Trinity Western University’s law school on account of the university’s community covenant that requires Christian sexual conduct of students. This sad decision should remind Christians of the Psalmist’s warning: Put not your trust in princes, in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation. When his breath departs, he…
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The United Church of Canada: What You Need to Know

Fred C. Würtele , via Wikimedia Commons  What kind of a church has an atheist pastor? You’ve probably heard of Gretta Vosper. She’s the minister of West Hill United Church in Scarborough. In 2001 she started describing herself publicly as a “non-theist.” Since 2013 she’s used a more direct term: “atheist.” As you might expect, the outlandish idea of an atheist minister…

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Review of Recapturing the Wonder by Mike Cosper
Cosper, Mike. Recapturing the Wonder: Transcendent Faith in a Disenchanted World. Intervarsity Press, 2017. Do you ever feel as though you are living in a world where believing what is contained in God’s Word seems outlandish? Where living it out with any kind of consistency or awe seems impossible? Maybe you are. Here’s the problem: “Christians and non-Christians alike are disenchanted because we’re all immersed in a world that presents a material understanding of reality as the plausible and grown-up way of thinking” (p. 10). Those are the words of author Mike Cosper, and they come from his new book,…

Review of Recapturing the Wonder by Mike Cosper

In Recapturing the Wonder, Mike Cosper warmly invites us - in a practical, beautiful and Biblical way - to