CHP Communiqué – Vol 19, No 36 * Sept. 4, 2012
Our Closest Friend
By Jim Hnatiuk, Leader of the Christian Heritage Party
Sound political advice that is built with integrity is not only valuable; it’s also become a rare commodity. As my pastor put it again last Sunday, “Eyes that look are common, eyes that see are rare.” Especially in today’s culture, seeing the truth and speaking it will most often take courage and conviction. It also takes tact, patience, and an ability to endure criticism.
ChristianGovernance question #1: Why was this case before the civil courts instead of before the church courts?
OneNewsNow – November 29, 2010
Former Muslim guilty of embezzling church money
By Becky Yeh
I don’t know if ustream’s mucking about with my videos, or if it’s a random glitch, but you may have tried to access ChristianGovernance’s latest video commentary only to receive the notice that it’s status was switched to private, preventing your viewing. It has been switched back so you can now watch it. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We posted a new ChristianGovernance video commentary this evening. We look at how Christian governance is a breathe of fresh air, especially compared with our competition. What is our competition? An S&M judge in Manitoba. Tony Blair saying “Politicians are obliged from time to time to conceal the full truth, to bend it and even distort it.”
The Edmonton Sun – September 3, 2010
Zealots and lunacy
By Mindelle Jacobs
In many respects, we’re more educated, compassionate, tolerant and open-minded than ever before. But, some days, I can’t help thinking that it’s one step forward and two steps backward for the human race.
Christian governance includes self-government, family government, church government and civil government.
Where people are governed by more than one level of civil government, Christian civil governance gives deference to the lowest level of government, that is, the level of government closest to the people being served. A Christian worldview advances the ideas of localism and decentralization.
Many people – including Christians – get scared when they hear the term “Christian government.” I hope to dispel the myths and stereotypes and scary things people imagine when they hear the term “Christian government.”