Without love to God and a recognition of his Word-revelation to us in Christ and in Scripture, we are not only unable to truly love our neighbor, we cannot even identify them truly. We find, in fact, that we cannot answer the most elementary question ‘what is a human person?’ Our rejection of God and the image of God in man leads to the endless defacing and destruction of that image, rather than seeking life and light in the triune God.
In the wake of the recent attacks in Montreal and Ottawa, what can we expect of God, and what should our response be as a nation and as individuals?
9/11 Symbols, Campus Rape Culture
EICC fellow Dr. Scott Masson and Justin Trottier, spokesperson for the Canadian Secular Alliance, debate the symbols in the 9/11 memorial, censorship, whether there is a rape culture on university campuses, and the over-sexualization of society.
Can Religion and State be Separate?
Despite popular misunderstanding, religion and state have been intimately related as far back as recorded history can tell us.
Ontario Election, Conservatism & Prostitution
EICC founder Rev. Dr. Joe Boot and Justin Trottier, spokesperson for the Canadian Secular Alliance, discuss the results of the recent provincial election in Ontario, what Conservatism is today, and the federal government's new legislation to deal with prostitution.