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December 14, 2015

TWU Ruling Significant for Religious Rights, says TWU spokesperson

By: Sheldon Neil

What does the decision by the BC Supreme Court to allow for a Christian law school in Canada mean for religious rights in Canada? We ask Guy Saffold, Trinity Western University spokesperson, for his insights. Read More
December 11, 2015

What does the BC Court Ruling mean for TWU?

By: Sheldon Neil

André Schutten, ARPA Canada’s Legal Counsel, weighs in. Read More
December 10, 2015

5 Refugee Stories to Remember

By: Context Team

On Dec. 10, the first group of Syrian refugees arrives at Pearson International airport as part of Trudeau’s promise to bring 25,000 to Canada by February 2016. Here is our top five on what we learned from refugees we’ve interviewed at Context these past few months. Read More
December 10, 2015

BC Court Rules in Favour of Christian Law School

By: Sheldon Neil

The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled in favour of allowing Trinity Western University to have an accredited Christian law school. We reached out to Mark Penninga, Executive Director of the Associate of Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada for comment. Read More
December 9, 2015

Perfect Love, Imperfect Fear

By: Richard Handler

Christians frequently turn to this formula, God equals love. Now, I certainly don’t quite understand how God is equally EQUAL to love or how His perfect love and drives out fear. Rather, I see that fear is all around us and we seem to be waging a difficult battle. Read More
December 8, 2015

Is Justin Bieber turning Beliebers into Believers?

By: Natalia D'Amico

For fans that believe Bieber can do no wrong, what does it mean to follow a singer that has recently been so candid about his renewed faith? Read More
December 4, 2015

Faith, Security and Compassion in National Hero Kevin Vickers

By: Lorna Dueck

It never hurts to hear from a national hero when lurking around our emotions are fears of widows and orphans from Islamic states. Since shooting a terrorist in the halls of Parliament Hill, Canada’s former Sergeant-at-Arms, Ambassador Kevin Vickers, has had to think through his own approach to security. Read More
December 4, 2015

Why Gun Culture Doesn't Make Sense Outside the U.S.

By: Sacha Sewhdat

How well do we in Canada really understand gun culture in the US and the inability to do anything about it? Read More
December 3, 2015

4 Reasons The "God Isn't Fixing This" Headline is Right

By: Context Team

After 14 people were killed in a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California on Dec. 2, 2015, the New York Daily News shocked many with it's front page headline: "God Isn't Fixing This." Here's what we think about the controversy. Read More
December 2, 2015

Welcome the Safe Stranger

By: Richard Handler

Lorna is in good company, part of the stream of Christian and yes, secular commentators who opine that we should “welcome the stranger.” For Lorna and faithful Christians, this stranger—of course I speak of the floods of refugees from Syria, Iraq and elsewhere—is but the face of Jesus. Read More
November 25, 2015

Climate Change Religion

By: Richard Handler

If you want a hardboiled vision of the apocalypse, the new religion of environmentalism can supply it. While Christianity asks us to believe in “things unseen” we can all see the consequence of climate change on our nightly news. Read More
November 19, 2015

Expanding the Notion of Family

By: Kelly DeVries

An audience member responds with their personal story and reaction to our Family show. How do you expand your own notion of family? Read More

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