Monthly Archives: December 2011

God: Dead in the Global North? A letter to Margaret Wente

In her column in the Globe’s Christmas Eve edition (God’s far from dead in the Global South, Dec. 24), Margaret Wente attempts to shed light on the growing number of Christians in developing countries, as well as immigrant populations in … Continue reading

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Passion or pugnacity?

Much is being made of Justin Trudeau’s recent verbal run-in with Environment Minister Peter Kent over the Kent’s comments regarding the Opposition’s involvement at the Durban climate change conference (i.e. the one where Canada pulled out of the Kyoto Accords). … Continue reading

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