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Shoppers in West Edmonton Mall. Photo: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | If the Christian faith is all but done for, militant, fundamentalist Christians have no one to blame but themselves.
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David J. Climenhaga | Apparently Ted Byfield, crusading far-right journalist, and David Eggen, Alberta education minister, only agree on one thing: How to pronounce Eggen.
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Face2Face | Greg Paul is a pastor and the founder of the Sanctuary community in Toronto.
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Scott Neigh | Letizia Waddington and Scott Neufeld talk about Streams of Justice, a faith-based social justice group in Vancouver.
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The Canadian Senate Chamber
David J. Climenhaga | Were this not so obviously a desperate political ploy to save the Harper government's bacon it would be easy to dismiss the senators as mere simpletons.
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Gordon Dirks
David J. Climenhaga | Gordon Dirks is now in public life. Whether he likes it or not, he's going to have to make his views on social conservative ideas crystal clear to ordinary voters.
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Africafiles, Heather Yundt | African religious scholars discuss the link between religion and conflict in Africa -- and propose a way forward.
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Krampus
David J. Climenhaga | Next time you decide to build a bitumen pipeline across B.C. or suspend the free-speech rights of four million Albertans? Krampus is coming, and, he's coming for you!
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David J. Climenhaga | If Christians want to put Christ back into Christmas, an excellent place to start would be by paying attention to what Christ taught them.
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Gerry Caplan | The Harper government is about to create a new Office of Religious Freedom, designed to champion religious freedom around the world.
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Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi
David J. Climenhaga | A Sun Media attack on Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi illustrates the company's troubling obsession with the mayor's religion and the preposterous logic of one of its columnists.
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Hadani Ditmars | In light of the recent church bombing in Cairo and right-wing rioters burning down a mosque in Athens, I still say Canada is -- or could be with a few adjustments -- an example of interfaith harmony.