It’s time that Saskatoon accepted a moment of silence in lieu of a prayer before events so that city council can move on to more important and pressing endeavors that affect our community.
I was looking at a book my little sister got recently as part of her newfound Christianity, and it scared me. Each page has a title and a little tip on how to live well and navigate puberty. Sounds pretty innocuous, right? Not so.
On Christmas Day this year, millions of Christians will celebrate the birth of God’s son Jesus Christ. Many secularists will also observe their own Christmas traditions: spending lavishly, earning holiday pay, cutting down trees and hanging coloured light bulbs. Others still will regard the season with disdain because they are either not fans of its
The question of God’s existence may seem irrelevant, unimportant or unanswerable. I believe He exists. I could attempt to prove that existence with rationalizations, scientific evidence or examples of miracles you may or may not believe. The problem is if you don’t care, it does not matter how well I argue the point anyway.
Every day our Western world becomes more secular. Every Canadian faith is seeing a decline in worship service attendance — save for evangelical Christians. And according to StatsCanada over half of us age 15 to 29 either don’t have a religion or never attend worship services. These trends are welcomed by atheists who feel that faith
The pope answered questions on Italian TV, but could not explain the devastation caused by the tsunami.
After spending some time with the chaplaincy department at Memorial, Reverend Robert Cooke is now an associate priest with St. Mark's Anglican Church in St. John's, where he leads a congregation with openly gay members.
On March 16, the University of Saskatchewan will host its first ever Women's Interfaith Symposium.