When you talk about steps of faith, there are two rather important themes coming out of the three examples we’ve looked at this week. Those examples are the leper, cleansed by Jesus after the Sermon on the Mount, the woman who had an “issue of blood” for twelve years, and Zacchaeus, the chief tax collector. 440 more words
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Fire erupted under the hood of the car, gasoline was pooling underneath it and the driver, in shock, wasn’t moving.
“Time was of the essence, obviously. 368 more words
Trouble Deciding How to Think on Canadian Issues? No worries: from now on, we'll tell you what you're allowed to think. Part One
Governor-General Payette jeopardized her neutrality with secular spiel to scientists
NOVEMBER 6, 2017NOVEMBER 5, 2017
Julie Payette’s transgression is more serious than some suppose. 635 more words
The most balanced commentary I have seen on the GG controversy by McKnight, a former Templeton-Cambridge fellow in science and religion at the University of Cambridge: 773 more words
Last week Governor General Julie Payette caused quite the stir while addressing the Canadian Science Policy Convention.
Most reasonable people were not upset at the content of the remarks — anthropogenic climate change is real, natural selection is scientific fact, sugar pills don’t cure cancer, astrological signs have no bearing on the course of one’s life or personality — but rather the tone in which they were delivered. 790 more words