Category Archives: Engaging Other Religions

Talking with Jews and Muslims


(Another blast from my past. This article was originally published in The Banner, September 14, 1998. I graduated from my MA at the U of Alberta, Edmonton the previous year and just started work as an Admissions Counselor at Redeemer … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Controversy


It has been a while since I last blogged due to a variety of reasons. But nothing like a little controversy to stir up the blogging urge! Last week, news broke all through the Canadian media of a religious accommodation … Continue reading

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Muslims Love Their Children Too


During the height of the Cold War, pop singer Sting released a song, “Russians”, with the following refrain: “the Russians love their children too.” In the midst of last month’s hullaballoo over the Ground Zero Mosque and the Koran burning controversies on 9/11’s annivesary, … Continue reading

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