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How Do We Respond to the Refugees?

By Dr. John Neufeld Nov 22, 2015

Many Christians don’t know what to say about the Trudeau government’s plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the year. Since the […]

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The Canadian Election and the City of Man

By Dr. John Neufeld Oct 29, 2015

Last week I wrote that it is the obligation of every Canadian to pray for our government and our leaders. Since we now know that […]

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A Christian Witness For The Syrian Refugee Crisis

By Dr. John Neufeld Oct 26, 2015

As believers, it’s important that we pay attention to news stories that secular media will not, and sometimes even refuse, to cover. Last August, ISIS […]

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On Elections and Man-Made Governments

By Dr. John Neufeld Oct 18, 2015

By the time you read this, Canadians will be going to the polls, and, for some, the election results will already be in. Our country […]

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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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