Now What?: On the Supreme Court Decision against the Proposed TWU Law School

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On June 15, 2018, a landmark decision was handed down from the Supreme Court of Canada. Its message was clear: provincial law societies have the right to reject a proposed Christian law school like that of the Trinity Western University on the basis of the university’s Christian values. While the message was clear, the rationale for it was not. Steve …

“SOGI Is Dangerous”: An Interview with Jenn Smith, a Trans-Identified Male

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The Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) curriculum that is being implemented in BC and has caused great concerns among many people, even the LGBTQ community. Join Andy and Terry as they interview Jenn Smith, a transgender-identified male, to discuss his concerns with what he explains is a dangerous curriculum. Links & Articles Synanon, the Brainwashing “Game” and Modern Transgender …

Saving Truth: An Interview with Abdu Murray

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It’s almost as though post-modernism is becoming passé. The 2016 Oxford English Dictionary word of the year being “post-truth,” and this seems to be an apt description of our culture. Now, rather than denying the existence of objective truth, more and more people subjugate truth to their preferences. This is why Saving Truth, the new book authored by RZIM’s North …

Fragments of Truth: An Interview with Dr. Craig Evans

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If you’ve been exposed to Christian apologetics for any length of time, you have likely heard about ancient New Testament manuscripts and their importance. With critics of Christianity questioning the reliability of the New Testament, what reasons do we have to think that what we have in our modern translations is what the early Christians communities had almost two millennia …

Meet Generation Z: An Interview with James Emery White

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The Baby Boomers, the Generation X, the Millennials, and, now, the Generation Z. Who are the Generation Z? What is their outlook on the world? How is the digital environment shaping them, and what does it mean for them to be a post-Christian generation? When we send missionaries overseas, we intuitively understand that they need to learn the language and …

Hello, Robot: Google Duplex vs. Human Interaction

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Google has made a splash in the social media world with their recent I/O developer conference where they revealed Google Duplex, a system that Google Assistant to make phone calls on behalf of the user. That may not sound bad in and of itself, but critics say this piece of technology is incredibly dangerous. Why might that be? Also, Andy …

The Incel Rebellion: The Motivation Behind the Toronto Attack

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CAUTION: This episode deals with mature subject matter and is not appropriate for children. Toronto and all of Canada were rocked last week at the news of a deadly incident that claimed the lives of 10 people and injured many when Alek Minassian drove a van into a crowd. Naturally, people focused on the motive for such a senseless attack. …

“Don’t Tell Me What to Think”: Thoughts on the Indoctrination Hypothesis

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It seems intuitive that one born and raised in Saudi Arabia would likely be Muslim and one born and raised in India would likely be a Hindu, probably because an average child grows up being taught the religious views of the parents. Some call this indoctrination and would go so far as to say that, without indoctrination, religion would simply …

Seeking Guru Nanak, Finding Jesus: An Interview with a Former Sikh

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Sikhism, the youngest of the major world religions, is becoming more prominent in Canada as Sikhs rise to positions of prominence, and it is becoming increasingly easy in urban areas (and often in not-so-urban areas) to come across the iconic turban and the long beard. What is Sikhism? What does it take for a Sikh to come to faith in …

The Human Project for Kids

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“You are stardust. Every tiny atom in your body came from a star that exploded long before you were born.” These words begin a children’s book called “You Are Stardust” that goes on to describe people, plants and animals as being simply made from the dust of dying stars. No more. No less. Nothing distinguishing humans from insects or flowers …