Toronto Bishop Shuts Door To “loyal dissent” for Biblical Anglicans

From Christian Post.Com A bishop within the Anglican Church of Canada will begin granting permission to a limited number of parishes to bless same-gender unions. The Archbishop of Toronto, the Most Rev. Colin Johnson, issued pastoral guidelines this week to accommodate those in "stable committed same gender relationships" seeking a blessing of their commitment. The guidelines, he acknowledged, will not be welcomed by all, with some Continue Reading

Canadian Church Group Helps Fund Anti-Israel Organization

From Israel National News.Com The United Church of Canada has donated travel expenses to a new Jewish organization that hosted Muslims at a convention backing a boycott of Israel, according to the National Post. The Protestant church group admitted that it donated $900 to the organization but said that officials did not need to authorize the donation because of its small size. However, United Church officials told the National Post that Continue Reading

Anti-Israel Conference in Montreal Sponsored By Canadian Union Of Postal Workers

From Israel National News.Com An anti-Israel BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) Conference will be held at the University of Quebec in Montreal this coming weekend. Among the participating organizations are Islamic groups, radical leftwing NGOs, and Canadian and South African unions. Raising some eyebrows is the co-sponsorship by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers of the event. One major player in the conference is Tadamon!, a Continue Reading

New Survey Reveals What Canadians Think About The Existence of God, Heaven and Hell

From Calgary Herald.Com Heaven? Yes. Hell — no. That's one of the messages sent by more than 400 Canadians who responded to a detailed, nationwide survey this year probing people's personal spirituality, attitudes toward formal religion and views on the challenges of accommodating and integrating multiple belief systems into Canada's multicultural society. Among the intriguing findings is that while slightly more than half of the Continue Reading

Dog’s Anglican communion leaves tongues wagging

From Canada.Com An Anglican priest has apologized for offering communion to a dog, but the act has repercussions for a Church already divided by liberalization measures. "Communion is a symbol of the sacrifice of Jesus's body; he died for all of us," said Cheryl Chang, director of the Anglican Network in Canada (ANIC). "But I don't recall anything from the Scripture saying anything about Jesus dying for the salvation of our Continue Reading

Sun surges: Yet another apocalypic theory to worry about

From www2.Macleans.Ca In March 1989, six million Quebecers lost power for nine hours after a massive solar flare—an explosion of magnetic energy from the sun—created electric ground currents here on Earth, collapsing the power grid. Another geomagnetic storm, in 1921, brought ground currents 10 times as strong. But the fiercest one ever recorded, called the Carrington Event of 1859, electrified telegraph lines—even setting telegraph papers Continue Reading

Unity v. Truth in the Apostate Church

From KHouse.Org UNITY V. TRUTH IN THE APOSTATE CHURCH "Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven. But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven."   -Matthew 10:32-33 The minister at Toronto's West Hill United Church, Rev. Gretta Vosper, does not teach her congregation to recite the Apostle's Creed. She does not Continue Reading

Is Canadian TV Falsely Implying Israel is Responsible for the Death of Gaza Babies?

From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com Sunday, June 6, 2010 Is Canadian TV Falsely Implying Israel is Responsible for the Death of Gaza Babies? By Barry Rubin Here's an example of the insanity and profound anti-Israel bias currently gripping mass media On June 1, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) anchorman Peter Mansbridge stated that the Gaza Strip "has one of the world's highest infant mortality rates" The obvious implication: Continue Reading

DNA database being built through infant blood samples?

From The Globe and Mail.Com It’s a routine test conducted on newborns – a quick needle prick to the heel to test for a range of health disorders and diseases before an infant is discharged. But the newborn screening procedures, which exist across North America and most of the developed world, have run afoul of privacy advocates because the genetic material collected from infants when blood is drawn is routinely used for other purposes, Continue Reading

Anti-Semitism Rising in France and Canada

From Israel National News Anti-Semitism in France is strongly on the rise, according to the 2009 annual report released late last week by the Jewish Community Protection Service (SPCJ). The organization reported that 832 anti-Semitic incidents were recorded in France in 2009, as compared with 474 such incidents in 2008 - a 75% increase. The statistics were gleaned from records in the organization's Aid to Victims Department, which Continue Reading