Multiculturalism

19 May 2009 R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Should Christians “Respect” Other Religions?

By Albert Mohler, www.albertmohler.com, Thursday, May 14, 2009: The world we now know is marked by religious pluralism and the clash of worldviews.  The modern world brings individuals and groups of different belief systems into both proximity and potential conflict.  How should Christians respond when asked about this?  Should Christians "respect" other religions? Headlines throughout the world announced this week that Pope Benedict XVI, while visiting Jordan, spoke of his "respect" for Islam.  This came on the heels of the Pope's notorious 2006 speech at Germany's Regensburg University.  In that...

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29 Apr 2009 Muslim Demographics

Watch this short movie to learn more about the advance of Islam in the West. And if you live in BC's Lower Mainland, register now for the upcoming ECP Ignite Conference featuring Sam Solomon, a former Islamic fundamentalist cleric who became a Christian. The conference is May 8 and 9 in Langley BC. Click here for details and to register. ...

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22 Dec 2008 Rory Leishman’s “Socialist Analysis of Aboriginal Dysfunctions”

The London Free Press, Dec 21 2008: By Rory Leishman [Used with permission]Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard are a pair of tough-minded socialist intellectuals. In a powerful new book, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation, they dare to point that Canada’s hugely expensive aboriginal programs have served to enrich an aboriginal elite and their white advisers, while doing little to assist the needy.
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08 Dec 2008 ARPA Canada Interviews Rod Taylor Regarding Canadian Aboriginal Affairs Policy

Listen online (click here) or download to your MP3 player by right clicking this link. In this first edition of the ARPA e-Luminary audio broadcast, we interview Rod Taylor from Smithers, B.C. to get some insight into the politics of aboriginal affairs. As is explained in the interview, Canada's aboriginal peoples suffer greatly. Bringing hope and healing is complex because there is no simple solution. But Christians have a special responsibility to work towards justice and healing. This broadcast is not an attempt to settle the matter or provide all...

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10 Oct 2008 Maclean’s wins ‘hate speech’ human rights challenge in B.C.

Joseph Brean, National Post - October 10, 2008 The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal ruled today that a controversial article about Islam in Maclean's magazine did not violate the province's hate speech law. In acquitting the magazine, the Tribunal ruled that the article, an excerpt from Mark Steyn's book America Alone in which he describes the demographic and ideological dangers posed by a growing Muslim population in the West, was not likely to expose Muslims to hatred or contempt. [Keep...

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14 May 2008 Former CBC News Chief Takes a Top Role at Muslim Network

Former CBC News chief Burman to tackle new post at Al-Jazeera www.cbc.ca/news Less than a year after leaving the CBC, former editor in chief Tony Burman is taking on a top post at news network Al-Jazeera English. Wadah Khanfar, director general of the Al-Jazeera network, announced Burman's appointment as managing editor on Wednesday. Burman, who during his tenure as head of CBC News worked to integrate the broadcaster's television, radio and online services, said that in his new post he will emphasize expanding "Al-Jazeera's vast audience reach into important new...

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30 Apr 2008 Maori provide lesson for Canadian aboriginals

Economic self-sufficiency has increased (Maori) cultural prideBy Dr. Barry Cooper - University of Calgary (Used with permission from Dr. Cooper. This editorial appeared in Calgary Herald, Wednesday, April 30, 2008) Former prime minister Paul Martin testified earlier this month before a Senate committee in support of Bill C-292, the Kelowna Accord Implementation Act. This private member's bill gained approval of the House of Commons with the support of the three opposition parties and should pass through the mainly Liberal upper house easily enough.Martin knows that for the past three centuries in parliamentary democracies, private-member's bills cannot commit the government to spend money. As the Speaker, Peter Milliken, put it, there is a distinction between bills that approve certain objectives and bills that approve the ways and means, namely money, by which the approved objectives are obtained. Thus Martin is asking the Senate and the rest of us to look at C-292 on its merits, knowing full well the implementation costs -- on the order of $5 billion -- are irrelevant.
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19 Oct 2007 The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms:

By Peter Veenendaal, May 2002Most of our parents or grandparents were immigrants from Europe. Imagine that when these people were considering moving to a new country, the immigration promoters told them that in this great new country where you are going: child pornography is promoted as acceptable, public schools encourage sodomy, abortion is the most common surgical procedure in the country anddivorce is so common that it is met with shrugs. Do you think they may have had second thoughts about bringing their families to Canada?
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