Bach on a flaming organ (2 min)
If you’re wondering why someone would make an organ that shoots fire, then this isn’t for you. For the rest of us, enjoy the awesomeness!
You are a marvel!
Do you know just how amazing it is that you can walk and carry a cup of coffee at the same time…and without even thinking about it?
A magic fix for family life: dinner together
A secular take, that Christians can appreciate: “It’s more than just a nice idea. University research shows that the family that eats together stays together.”
Ukraine, Surrogacy, Environmentalism, and being made in the Image of God
A pair of articles on Ukraine, the first about a problem that may have exacerbated the invasion – an environmental anti-nuclear push that has left European countries dependent on natural gas from, and consequently reluctant to act against, Russia. And the second highlights the horrors of Ukraine’s surrogacy marketplace, worsened yet by this war. The common thread? Both are about what happens when we don’t value people as Image-bearers of God.
How Canada’s mainstream media is beholden to the government
As Christian Heritage Party leader Rod Taylor recently noted, if we want to know what’s going on in the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we’re not going to turn to the Russian media. So why would we rely on the mainstream Canadian media – beholden to the federal government by the millions – to objectively report on happenings like the Trucker’s Convey, or the government’s Covid response? Subsidizing industries is not an unusual act in Canada, but subsidizing our media is to put a leash on what is supposed to be the citizenry’s watchdog.
Russian pastors asked to protest (10 min read)
In Russia, to protest the war – to even call it a war – is to risk imprisonment for years. But that’s what Christians in Ukraine are asking Russian Christians to do.
Should we panic about overpopulation? (6 min)
The facts have always been against this overpopulation panics, but only Christians were equipped to see through this from the start. How so? We knew that children were a blessing (Prov. 17:6, Ps. 127:3-5, etc) and shouldn’t be viewed as a curse – they come with not just mouths to feed, but hands to work, and brains to create. So, studying God’s Word, we could know that overpopulation was a panic that, no matter what the news was saying then or now, would eventually be shown to be nothing by hype and hysteria.