Voices of the Plains Cree by the Rev. Edward Ahenakew (1885-1961) is essential reading for Canadian seminarians.
On the Trans Mountain Pipeline, Christians advocate on both sides of the debate. As with so many political realities today, we are engulfed and enlisted by our society’s divisions.
For all the dangers that await the average person in the Canadian Wilderness, the bear holds the symbolic center.
CBC is the measure and gauge for the mind of Canadian culture, but the Christian will have to weather many subtle forms of scorn, belittlement, and mockery, either from the hosts or the guests they pander to.
Natural disasters shake something loose inside of people. There is a brief window in which individuals and societies are pried open to the reality and life of God.
There are reasons for people to leave a church, and sometimes the rationale for remaining can fly so high that it leaves people in the cold.
British historian Ian Morris argues that human values depend upon our methods of energy capture and storage.
Churches face difficult decisions on matters of human rights because some discussions of the topic, like Ignatieff’s, present an alternative moral worldview with which Christians have overlapping concerns.