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Representation matters in media, so we must question the validity of a non canon Jughead

Yet another gritty reboot has come for a beloved series. Riverdale, the new CW show, based on Archie comics has aired four times now, and the show has potential but rings with disappointment. 859 more words

Abide in Love

God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God, and God abides in them. 1 John 4:16

In a sermon on 1 John 4:16, which was delivered on 09 November 1930 to commemorate Armistice Day, Dietrich Bonhoeffer poses the following question to his congregation: “How can the who hates expect grace by God?” 656 more words

Why I kind of loath the Super Bowl and other large events coming to my city

The rush and flurry of excitement can be heard on the news when large events come to your town. Everyone acts like your mother who has long awaited company coming over. 746 more words

Should Christians arm themselves? Christian Realism in a nutshell 

I haven’t written in a while. Looking forward to (hopefully) prioritizing it more in the next season of life, but anywho here it goes…

My dad recently approached me with this question. 601 more words


John Calvin and the Poor

If God gives a man wealth, it is to put his charity to the test. We are to give an account of what God has placed in our hands. 138 more words


Chutney Shenanigans with Eat Me Chutneys

When you open a bottle of Eat me Chutneys, you not only open a bottle of deliciousness but also sustainability, fairtrade and social ethics. 1,580 more words


Sex Lives Matter

Yesterday I was one of four invited speakers for a roundtable discussion on policing sexuality, cruising and anonymous public sex, and police entrapment.

This flash event,”Project Marie: Policing Sexuality in Law, Ethics, and Policy,” was organized and sponsored by the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto, moderated by Mariana Valverde (Criminology, U of T), and featuring comments by Patrick Keilty (iSchool U of T), Simon Starn (School of Law, U of T) and Kyle Kirkup (School of Law, U of Ottawa). 692 more words

Social Ethics