Religion and Politics: Which Is Master? Which Is Servant?

Religion and politics keep intersecting, at home and abroad. Too often, of course, the combination raises questions…and hackles. It should instead raise hope. It’s bad enough when people’s religion isn’t strong enough to overcome more basic drives: nationalism, for instance, … Continued

What the World—and Canada—Needs Now

Choristers in full military uniform celebrating the People’s Liberation Army of China—in Toronto? The National Post recently reported that 40 or so veterans of the PLA put on such a concert in Richmond Hill, a prosperous suburb of Canada’s urban centre. They belong … Continued