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Harold Camping, Shemitah, and Four Blood Moons

By Dr. John Neufeld Oct 4, 2015

I have a memory from a few years ago of an event that took place in a coffee shop. For some reason, I was invited […]

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Musings on Harold Camping, “Shemitah,” and the Four Blood Moons (Part 1)

By Dr. John Neufeld Sep 27, 2015

Let’s start with Harold Camping. I know what some of you will say: “Harold who?” But that is just the point! How soon we all […]

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Faith & Politics | Responding to Moral Evil: the Example of William Wilberforce

By Dr. John Neufeld Sep 20, 2015

If you don’t know the name “William Wilberforce,” you should. Wilberforce was elected to the British Parliament in 1780, at the age of 21. By […]

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Thinking Differently About the Refugee Crisis

By Dr. John Neufeld Sep 13, 2015

In recent weeks, we have all come to watch the refugee crisis, as people fleeing from the war in Syria have been crowding into Europe. […]

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Why We Should Be Reading Christian Biographies

By Dr. John Neufeld Sep 6, 2015

  A group of researchers working for the World Almanac and Book of Facts once asked over 2000 high school students to name the people […]

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Putting the Whole Bible Into One Sentence

By Dr. John Neufeld Aug 30, 2015

I have been thinking about writing an extended piece on the storyline of the Bible (hopefully I get around to it). My reason for thinking […]

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Hope for the Canadian Church

By Dr. John Neufeld Aug 23, 2015

I think, by now, almost all Christians in Canada think that the Canadian church is in a period of great decline. Whether we think the […]

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Confronting the Unspeakable Issue of Our Day

By Dr. John Neufeld Aug 9, 2015

In light of recent news, some things have been on my mind lately. Several days ago, the CBC reported that Canada Post employees in Saskatoon […]

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