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One's Own Self, Like Water

In my last post, I outlined the scope of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s demands that all lawyers subject to its regulation, including those who are retired or working outside Ontario, produce a “Statement of Principles that acknowledges” a purported “obligation to promote equality, diversity and inclusion” ― not only in the practice of law but “generally”. 2,136 more words

Constitutional Law

Keepers of Conscience: How to Turn a Prison Inside-Out

A poet was recently released from prison in Iran. Her name is Mahvash Sabet, and she was a prisoner of conscience. Her crime? Being a member of the Bahá’í Faith, Iran’s largest religious minority and the second most wide-spread religion in the world. 1,006 more words

Essays

Kneeling and Veterans

I want to take the time to speak for myself since people feel so inclined to speak for me.

First, I want to say that I don’t watch sports often. 378 more words

Romans 14:1-23: You with More Freedom of Conscience, Honor the More Restrictive Consciences of Your Brethren

In this passage, Paul commands Christians who have more informed consciences to accept those who have more sensitive consciences. The one who has a weak faith is the one with a more sensitive conscience, and Paul commands those who are stronger in faith to accept him. 533 more words

Bible Study

A Little Time With The 1689: Day 258

Day 258

Of Christian Liberty and Liberty of Conscience.

Chapter 21, Paragraph 2.

“….So that to Believe such Doctrines, or obey such Commands out of Conscience, is to betray true liberty of Conscience; and the requiring of an implicit Faith, and absolute and blind Obedience, is to destroy Liberty of Conscience, and Reason also.” 446 more words

Is Canada Still Strong and Free?

I am a Canadian, free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country.

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Photography

Google, the Market, and the Ethics of Free Speech

Though I’m busy with packing and preparing to go to Germany, I do want to write a short post on a current topic: Google and free speech in a market economy. 605 more words

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