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The Average Canadian Is Broke and Miserable, So Be Different

First, the facts. Studies show that in Canada: 4 out of 10 first marriages will end in divorce (source) 3 out of 10 children are born out of wedlock, a figure that is rising quickly (source) The average monthly car payment is $570 for at least 48 months (source) The average student graduates with $25,000 […]

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Christianity Isn’t Just For Old, White Men

The common perception among many in North America, especially among those who are not exactly fond of religion, is that Christianity is a religion for old, white men. It is seen as a closed-club for people of power, and in our part of the world that generally is understood to be people who are the […]

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What We Can Learn From the Cam Newton Debacle

In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap of the events that unfolded over the last week. Star NFL quarterback Cam Newton was asked by a female reporter about one of his teammate’s improved route running, to which Cam laughed and chided, “it’s funny to hear a female talk about routes”. Not surprisingly, he […]

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Top 10 False God’s of Today

Back in Bible times, false gods were easy to identify. Baal, Molech, Ashtoreth, Chemosh, Artemis, and others are all present in the pages of Scripture as gods competing for devotion to the God of Israel. In todays day, these names don’t really seem to pop up quite as much. But don’t be fooled—just because we […]

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15 Things Every Christian Can Agree On About Trump

Few things in recent memory have been as divisive as the Trump presidency. Even among evangelical Christians, opinions vary and are at times contentious. This is understandable, but we need to make sure our personal viewpoints are kept in check with what Scripture demands us to believe about Donald Trump. We have no right to […]

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On Safe Spaces and Trigger Warnings

The current state of higher education is one of the greatest tragedies in North America today. Institutions that were built on the premise of intellectual rigor, technological advancement, and the shaping of human beings who can contribute to society has been hijacked by the liberal agenda. College and University campuses are now better known for […]

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To Hell With Racism

The violent outbursts that took place this past Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia have left us all stunned, saddened, and angered. The images of thrown debris, pepper spray, swinging clubs, and bodies flying as a car was driven into the crowd are enough to make one recoil with pure horror. With over 30 injured and one […]

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13 Reasons Why: Reflection #5 – Not escape, but revenge

After watching 13 Reasons Why, there is much to be said about this wildly popular and controversial show. I will attempt to share some reflections in a series of posts over the next couple of weeks. I will link to other articles as they are published. Be warned, spoilers and tragedy ahead.  Reflection #1 – Why […]

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13 Reasons Why: Reflection #4 – Your truth, my truth

After watching 13 Reasons Why, there is much to be said about this wildly popular and controversial show. I will attempt to share some reflections in a series of posts over the next couple of weeks. I will link to other articles as they are published. Be warned, spoilers and tragedy ahead.  Reflection #1 – Why […]

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13 Reasons Why: Reflection #3 – Maybe there aren’t any good kids

After watching 13 Reasons Why, there is much to be said about this wildly popular and controversial show. I will attempt to share some reflections in a series of posts over the next couple of weeks. I will link to other articles as they are published. Be warned, spoilers and tragedy ahead.  Reflection #1 – Why […]

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