While no one in this video is professedly Christian, the battle is over whether we’re going to understand Man as the Bible describes us, with children as a blessing from God, made in His Image, and tasked with stewarding the Earth (Ps. 127:3-5, Gen. 1:26-28), or whether we are going to understand children as mere mouths to feed – a drain on our planet which would be better off without them.
My evaluation of Canada’s first PM has dropped some since I was first introduced to a heroic version of him in school. I shouldn’t have been surprised – our leaders have always had feet of clay.
But as Solomon alerts us, there is always another side of the story to hear (Prov. 18:17), and in this article Greg Piasetzki makes the case that:
“Canada’s treatment of its indigenous people — and Macdonald’s role in it — is best understood in comparison with that of the native population in the United States. The results very much favour Macdonald’s Canada.”
In keeping with that “other side” REAL Women of Canada has issued a call for a new inquiry into Canada’s residential schools, one that would look into the many spots proposed to be burial grounds, but from which no bodies have yet been recovered.
Sound of Freedom, in theaters now, is about human trafficking – it’s about the modern-day sex slave trade. Here’s what pro-life activist Miranda King shared after she saw it this week.
God’s people in the West don’t always understand how much of our culture is still supported by Christian underpinnings. Yes, our countries are increasingly godless, but that things are still as good as they are is because even now many of the godless still hold to a generally Christian understanding of justice, gender, faithfulness, and more.
What two recent US Supreme Court decisions show is what happens when those underpinnings are abandoned entirely – then a country’s top justice can be left unsure as to what justice even is.
The College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) ordered Jordan Peterson to undergo some remedial media training – re-education” as he put it – after he expressed political opinions on Twitter. The CPO said Peterson’s comments risked “”undermining public trust in the profession of psychology, and trust in the college’s ability to regulate the profession in the public interest.” The irony here is that the CPO is doing just that in going after Peterson for political opinions that many share.
This is a charming exposé of how evolutionists will often tell stories that are:
1) technically true but misleading
2) only theories but presented as facts
3) flat-out gross exaggerations
This is an Intelligent Design critique of evolution, so that means they buy into millions of years. But for how it shows the evolutionary emperor is wearing no clothes, this is a must-see.