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April 9, 2013

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CBC’s “The Current” digs deeper with justification for abusive comedy assault against home schooling mother

January 3, 2013

From ChristianGovernance eletter – December 14, 2012

Many of you listened to the disgusting CBC assault on parents, home schooling and God’s law (5th Commandment) that we addressed a few eletters ago. Click here and scroll down to the story where you’ll find a link to the recording of the program.

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Socialist sex

December 21, 2012

From ChristianGovernance eletter – December 8, 2012

Native activists demand stronger HIV/AIDS fight

The above article provides one of many illustrations of today’s ideology of socialist sex, which is a view about sex which privatizes the pleasure and socializes the cost.

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Politicians receiving “The Biblical Legacy of Canada’s Parliament Buildings”

December 17, 2012

December 6, 2012

We are asking you to pray. If you have read a copy of our booklet, “The Biblical Legacy of Canada’s Parliament Buildings,” you will know that a clear Gospel message can be seen in the selection of Scriptures that are found primarily on the Tower of Peace and Victory (the Peace Tower). We bring out that message in the course of discussing the Scriptures and some Canadian history in this booklet.

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Why does God’s discriminating love embarass most Christians?

December 6, 2012

From: ChristianGovernance eletter, December 6, 2012

In reading the latter chapters of Acts, I was struck by a contrast in Paul’s attitude towards two different types of people.

Christians today really seem to have difficulty dealing with the idea that we can, and should, handle different people differently. True, we are to love all men – even our enemies.

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Responding to The Current’s vicious smear of parents and home schooling

November 30, 2012

If you want to complain to CBC’s The Current for their vicious smear of parents and home schooling, this is their contact info:

The Current
Use email form at this web address
Telephone Feedback line: 1-(877) 287-7366
Fax: (416) 205-2371
The Current, CBC Radio, P.O. Box 500 Station A, Toronto, ON M5W 1E6


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Critics of our commentary against the BC RCMP “It Gets Better” video can’t make rational arguments

November 30, 2012

From ChristianGovernance eletter, November 28, 2012

We understated Dan Savage’s terroristic spirit against Christians in our recent commentary on the BC RCMP “It Gets Better” video.

Click here to see a video compilation of Dan Savage’s militant contempt for God.

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It’s remarkable how much Christians expect from non-Christians!

November 15, 2012

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012

Focus on the Family head, Jim Daly, seems to be a really nice guy, but the interests of the Church and society are not advanced by naivity. Note the story below with Mr. Daly’s comments, followed by our analysis.

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Focus on the Family Community – November 12, 2012
NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations?
Posted by Jim Daly

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Acts 19 – The Power of Antithesis

November 15, 2012

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012

Many Christians in positions of influence today, and many other Christians, seem preoccupied with strategies to build networks and linkages with the adherents of other religions.

This is different from the building of ordinary relationships. The latter is a good thing and the normative way to build opportunities for evangelism as well as to build civilization.The latter is problematic, and quite different from the example left for us by Paul in Acts 19.

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