World Religions (TSOC), New Government in Canada

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[Corrections]

  1. The number of seats in the Parliament was 308 in 2011. It is currently 338.
  2. Pierre Trudeau was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada from April 20, 1968 to June 4, 1979, and again from March 3, 1980 to June 30, 1984.

Election results are in and Canada has a new government. As might be expected, emotions are running high on social media at the election results, some celebrating and others lamenting. What should our attitude be in this situation? What is tolerance?

Also, is it even possible to sift through the plethora of worldviews that are competing each other? If so, how can we go about it?

Join Chris and Steve’s conversation on these issues in this week’s AC Podcast episode.

New Government Is In

*Disclaimer: These links are provided for your convenience only. Apologetics Canada as an organization does not endorse or oppose political parties.

Federal Election Results 2015 on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Federal Election 2015: How Harper’s greatest strengths became his biggest weaknesses from Global News

4 promises Justin Trudeau made to B.C. voters before election day from Global News


Outro Music “Nameless: the Hackers Title Screen” by BoxCat Games
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