Commentators say that secularism is over and religion has been restored to a prestigious place in our society. And yet, Rick Salutin gives us as counter-evidence, the rise of Donald Trump.
Terry talks about "weaponized" religion, compound worldviews, about living in a "both/and" world, and unpacks notions of interdependence, integration and inter-relationship.
Esther talks about her love for knowledge, philosophy and wisdom, defective approaches to knowing, and why she is concerned about others as a philosopher.
The prime minister's visiting Washington during presidential primary season makes one think of the differences between U.S and Canadian politics. The absence of God talk in Canada is a welcome relief.
Are you looking for an adventure story with a lively heroine and urban backdrop? 'Between the Cracks She Fell' blends mystery and exploration in this fascinating read.
Miraculous births, including conceptions by deities, abound in records as early as 3000 BC.
Alaa Murabit is a Canadian-born doctor and founder of The Voice of Libyan Women. Amidst strife and civil war she has achieved remarkable success in the empowerment and political engagement of women.
Plain coffee cups equal a "War on Christmas?" Maybe it's time to look at Christian advantages embedded in a changing society.
Pope Francis called for an end to the international arms trade during his recent visit to the States but he didn't tell Congress to stop supporting U.S. aggression around the world.
On his U.S. visit, Pope Francis reflected on outspoken proponents of an engaged form of religion. Among them was Dorothy Day, a crusading 20th-century activist.