Last week I found myself in New Haven, Connecticut, home to Yale University. One day while walking downtown, I was approached by a man who asked me a very simple question – “Are you Jewish?” I responded, “No I’m not.” And that was pretty much the end of our brief encounter. I kept on walking but before too long, curiosity got the better of me. … Continue reading Conversing With a Jewish Man
I suppose there are many reasons not to vote for Barack Obama in the coming presidential election, but as a Christian, I believe there are two main reasons: Obama’s support for abortion and his support for homosexual marriage. These policies are in direct opposition to God’s Word and yet they form two pillars of the democratic platform. Essentially, what it comes down to is that … Continue reading Two Reasons Not To Vote For Obama
As a Canadian living south of the border, I have the privilege of celebrating two Thanksgivings – one in October (Canadian) and one in November (American). For all my American friends out there, today is not just Columbus Day; it’s Canadian Thanksgiving. This celebration dates back to 1957 when the Canadian Parliament declared: “A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest … Continue reading Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!