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The Morning Skate: Blue Jays fans swarm Seattle, so could MLB in Vancouver work? plus winning Whitecaps and more...

The announced attendances this weekend for the Blue Jays vs. Mariners series at Safeco Field: 43,328, 45,027 and – the firs two were among the five biggest crowds on the season in Seattle. 2,342 more words

Vancouver

25 for 25: #13 1993

Welcome back to the 25 for 25 Series! G-Man is turning 25 on July 23rd and to celebrate, I am counting down each of the sporting years I have been alive for. 547 more words

25 For 25

Everyone Who Promoted Doug Wilson's "Gay Marriage is a Far More Serious Problem Than Slavery" Article

Content warning: Homophobia, White Supremacy, Anti-Blackness, Slavery Apologisms.

The following contains a list of notable and prominent Christian conservatives, fundamentalists, and evangelicals who has promoted Doug Wilson’s article, … 690 more words

American Christianity

Q&A with Baseball Legend and BlackBerry Passport Fan Joe Carter

For baseball fans, especially those like me who cheered the early ‘90s Toronto Blue Jays, the name Joe Carter is synonymous with drive, passion and humility. 1,089 more words

BlackBerry Passport

Pastor Doug's Recommended Reading (June 27, 2015; (so-called) Same-Sex Marriage/Supreme Court edition)

Here’e some key resources for this special edition of recommended reading, on the occasion of the Supreme Court’s ruling on (so-called) same-sex marriage:

Theology

An Evangelical’s Guide to ‘Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’s Encyclical on the Environment - The Gospel Coalition

An Evangelical’s Guide to ‘Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’s Encyclical on the Environment – The Gospel Coalition.

In case you do not have time, or you do not care, to read the entire ‘Laudato Si’ encyclica, but you are still interested to know what it is about, here is a summary by Joe Carter, from The Gospel Coalition (a neo-reformed/neo-fundamentalist entity,  in the US). 149 more words

Catholic

I've never been angry at unicorns

It’s unlikely you’ve ever been angry at unicorns either. We can become incensed by objects and creatures both animate and inanimate. We can even, in a limited sense, be bothered by the fanciful characters in books and dreams. 72 more words

Atheism