49th Parallel – Review

Second World War

I love old war movies, especially those made during the Second World War. Sure, they include propaganda, but that’s part of the charm. I recently discovered that that as they were preparing to go to […]

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U-Boats Against Canada – Review

Second World War

As a Canadian and someone interested in the Second World War, I was naturally drawn to U-Boats Against Canada by Michael L. Hadley. I am somewhat familiar with the Battle of the Atlantic and the […]

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One Dominion – Review

One Dominion

This is an exciting time for Canadians as we celebrate our 150th anniversary. Different organizations are celebrating in different ways. Bible League Canada is celebrating by publishing a book called One Dominion: Celebrating Canada – […]

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An Interview With Tim Barnett

Tim Barnett

I have known Tim Barnett for a couple of years, first online and then through an apologetics conference that we were both at. I have watched as God has opened doors for him to expand […]

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Tragedy at Dieppe

My favourite military historian is Mark Zuelke. It helps that he writes on Canadian military history and I am in the Canadian army. I recently had the chance to read his book, Tragedy at Dieppe: […]

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Getting Through Church With Anxiety

Disability and Faith

I have known Brett Ullman for a number of years, ever since we went through the Arrow Leadership Program together. Brett has an incredible speaking and writing ministry. I have long respect the work he […]

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Shifting Stats Shaking the Church

Leadership and Ministry

I was born in the late 60s and remember what going to church was like in the 1970s. Our church was fairly full and so were the other churches near us. Most of our neighbours […]

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10 Canadian Apologetic Resources You Need

Apologetics and Theology

Today is Canada Day and so I thought I would highlight some resources with a Canadian connection. Canada has made some significant contributions to apologetics ministry. Some of the books I will share are either […]

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Juno Beach – Review

Second World War

D-Day was the invasion of Normandy by the American and British, right? Actually the Canadians were there as well, not just to reinforce the British but to land on their own beach. The landing at […]

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Apologetics in Canada

Apologetics and Theology

In 2004, Canadian religion writer Tom Harpur wrote a bestselling book claiming that Jesus never existed. In 2010, Tony Blair and Christopher Hitchens debated on the moral merits of religion at Roy Thomson Hall in […]

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Proud to Be Canadian

I remember as a child that people would say the difference between Canadians and Americans was that Americans were patriotic and Canadians were not. Ironically, Canadians seemed somewhat proud of not being patriotic. As I […]

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Church Planting in Canada

Leadership and Ministry

I truly believe that the future of the church is not mega-churches getting bigger but smaller churches getting planting. Having said that, it is a lot harder to plant a church. There are some great […]

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Richard Dawkins’ God Delusion

Apologetics and Theology

Exposition Richard Dawkins is one of the most outspoken of what is commonly called the new atheists.  As one of the “Four Horsemen of the New Atheism” (along with Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris and Daniel […]

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