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08 Aug 2017 The nations rage, yet God is sovereign

It's the middle of summer. Parliament is in recess and there's not much happening politically across the country. One thing you should know is that ARPA has been granted intervenor status before the Supreme Court of Canada in Trinity Western law school case. That approval was given in the last week of July - the case is scheduled to be heard in late November, with a judgment expected next spring.
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LN feature: The nations rage, yet God is sovereign

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25 Jul 2017 Truth at the Crossroads

VeraCrux - A new website promoting a Christian worldview on the humanities launches. News: Protecting pastors – A Calgary MP launches an official e-petition on a bill that would decriminalize the disruption of religious worship services. Feminist Foreign Policy – Ottawa hands out millions more in foreign aid tied to abortion services, in violation of the laws of the countries they’re “helping”. Human Rights – Where do they come from? A Christian conference explores the answer. Dietrich Bonhoeffer – Drawing parallels between his stand for truth in Nazi Germany and the challenges facing the 21st...

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Calgary MP launches petition to save Criminal Code clause protecting worship services from protests and disruptions

Canada's foreign policy is now "feminist" and prioritizes abortion over basic needs

Conference wrestles with origin of human rights and whether they apply to pre-born humans

LN Feature: Truth at the Crossroads

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20 Jun 2017 Censoring the Bible: State board tells Christian school to stop reading offensive verses

Feature:  Phil Hills from the Association of Christian Schools International, on an attempt by a School Board in Alberta to censor the use of Scripture that may be considered “offensive”. News: Doctors sue Ontario government to defend the right to refuse to kill their own patients Pro-life activist publishes argument in National Post for free votes on abortion in the House of Commons So-called “transgender rights” bill C-16 becomes law despite grave concerns about restrictions on free speech "Canada's past was pro-life. Canada's present is pro-choice. Canada's future is up to us." Pro-life group launches...

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Doctors sue Ontario government to defend the right to refuse to kill their own patients

Pro-life activist publishes argument in National Post for free votes on abortion in the House of Commons

So-called “transgender rights” bill C-16 becomes law despite grave concerns about restrictions on free speech

"Canada's past was pro-life. Canada's present is pro-choice. Canada's future is up to us." Pro-life group launches speaking tour for Canada’s 150th birthday

Sharing the Word of God with every Canadian politician: 1,200 Bibles to be distributed this year

LN Feature: Censoring the Bible - State board tells Christian school to stop reading offensive verses

Al

Al Siebring has spent more than 35 years in the media business, primarily at local radio stations in Western Canada. Over the years, he’s also done some freelance work for CBS Radio in New York and the CNN Radio network, and has had print material published in newspapers and magazines as varied as the National Post, “Western Report” magazine, various local newspapers in communities where he’s lived, and a variety of church-related publications including “Christian Renewal” and “Clarion.”
Al also spent almost two years working with the now-defunct ECP Centre, writing, producing, and hosting their daily “No Apologies” podcast.