A century ago this summer, outside a café in Sarajevo, a radical Serb nationalist named Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In short order, Austria-...

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A new study from the University of Melbourne in Australia on how kids from same-sex homes fare is getting a good deal of press. Perhaps you’ve seen the news stories and wondered if this changes the nature...

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Canada turned 147 years old this past July 1. That number kept popping up in media coverage of Canada Day, serving public notice that in three short years, our country will hit the big one-five-oh and the celebrations...

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Think of your favourite author. It doesn’t have to be a Christian author. It can be a classic literary figure or a popular novelist. Consider how their work has moulded and influenced you, entertained and delighted you...

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If the name Meriam Ibrahim isn’t instantly recognizable, her face is likely more familiar. Bright-eyed and beaming from her wedding photos, she has graced the headlines of the global news media over the past month or so...

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The Great War and 100 years of modernity

By Subby Szterszky | July 18, 2014 | Post your comment | Society + Culture

A century ago this summer, outside a café in Sarajevo, a radical Serb nationalist named Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In short order, Austria-Hungary retaliated by...

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Does new research prove kids do better with gay parents?

By Glenn T. Stanton | July 16, 2014 | Post your comment | Marriage + Family

A new study from the University of Melbourne in Australia on how kids from same-sex homes fare is getting a good deal of press. Perhaps you’ve seen the news stories and wondered if this changes the nature of the debate over the...

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Canada: whose dominion is it?

By Subby Szterszky | July 7, 2014 | Post your comment | Society + Culture

Canada turned 147 years old this past July 1. That number kept popping up in media coverage of Canada Day, serving public notice that in three short years, our country will hit the big one-five-oh and the celebrations will be on. A century and a...

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