Day: April 17, 2009

Losing faith in droves

A survey of Canadian youth reveals that the religious middle-ground of those who believe in God, but do not go to church or practice religion, is disappearing, leaving behind teens who are either very religious or those who don’t believe in God at all.

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Awaiting a refugee

The Diocese of Montreal of the Anglican Church of Canada has sponsored more than 1,000 refugees in the last 25 years but one Algerian who is still in custody at Guantanamo has an offer from the diocese to sponsor him to come to Canada as a refugee.

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Church politics gone viral

Church politics has gone viral, mirroring many of the trends and techniques of secular politics. Daniel Burke sees the election of Kevin Thew Forrester as Bishop of Northern Michigan as the latest example.

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Redistribution of wealth: It’s in the Bible!

Tax day has come and gone. News video of tax protests is still being shown. There were images of President Obama wearing a Mao hat with the Chinese Communist red star. There were images of makeshift American flags with a hammer and sickle replacing the stars. One news photo showed a woman holding a sign that read, “My God, My Money, My Guns.”

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Sharing its brilliance

There is one God, who by his word and wisdom created all things and set them in order. His Word is our Lord Jesus Christ, who in this last age became human among us to unite the end and the beginning, that is, humanity and God. Humankind was to receive the Spirit of God and so attain to the glory of the Father.

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