The Department of Foreign Affairs just got religion to the tune of five million bucks. Good thing. Religious freedom is a good idea when your exit strategy for climate change is the Rapture.
The Christianity on display in the race for Republican presidential nominee is, you should forgive the expression, a godsend to nouveau atheists like Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris.
The Harper government is about to create a new Office of Religious Freedom, designed to champion religious freedom around the world.
David J. Climenhaga
A Sun Media attack on Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi illustrates the company's troubling obsession with the mayor's religion and the preposterous logic of one of its columnists.
You can have religion without fanaticism and dogma, and you can have fanaticism and dogma without a religion in sight. The ability to hold a deep, irrational certainty is a basic human trait.
The "New Atheists" support the powerful, and links between your religion and income.
Those who follow the international news will know that the nutcase pastor down in Florida burned a copy of the Koran. One cannot help but wonder at the stupidity of all of this.
Do any of the alleged Christians who support the government of Stephen Harper have any trouble with the fact that his government is the most morally corrupt party in Canadian history?
In light of the recent church bombing in Cairo and right-wing rioters burning down a mosque in Athens, I still say Canada is -- or could be with a few adjustments -- an example of interfaith harmony.
It's 2010. Why are we still using public funds to support Catholic education? Either we fund all religious schools or none.