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[27 Jul 2017 | 3 Comments | ]

Father John Walsh

Canada was considered a Christian nation until somewhere around fifty or so years ago. The change was rather abrupt in parts of the country, more especially in “Catholic” Quebec. Throughout Canada statutory holidays and religious holydays were scheduled on the feasts on the Christian calendar. The “Quiet Revolution” in Quebec, beginning in the 1960s, was also the time of a world-wide cultural revolution towards liberal democracies and secular societies. Religion was no longer part of the public square but was privatized and relegated to …

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Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

“The most notable distinction between living and unanimated things is that the former maintain themselves by renewal. If it cannot do so, it does not just split into smaller pieces (at least in the higher forms of life), but loses its identity as a living thing.” – John Dewey, an American philosopher and educational reformer
This year, 2017, Canadians proudly celebrate 150s grand anniversary of our nation! In the last 22 years, since my landing on shores of Canada, I have witnessed Canada evolving, changing for the …

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Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

There are two broad approaches among Muslims in relation to how scholars interpret the ethico-legal content of the Islamic text in our modern period: Textualists (literalists) and Contextualists (modernists or post-modernists).
Classical and modern textualists rely in interpreting the texts and the traditions on the linguistic criteria to determine the meaning of the text. They are dominated by the linguistic tools and criteria developed by the scholars of classical fiqh (jurisprudence).
They consider the early generation as the most authoritative and thus the early …

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Rabbi Michael Whitman

John raises an issue that is crucial for all three of us to confront. Not only does Judaism have an approach that is distinct from Christianity and Islam, but among different groups of Jews, this is one of the fundamental questions that define the difference between Jewish denominations. I will try to present my approach as a modern orthodox rabbi.
While Judaism has its share (unfortunately) of extremists and fundamentalists, we do not have a tradition of literalists – those who read and attempt to live the …

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Father John Walsh

Tongue in cheek, the alleged Dr. James F. Kauffman, in an open letter to Dr. Laura Schlesinger, questions her judgement that according to Leviticus 25:44 he wonders if Canada would be a neighboring country to allow for the purchase of slaves. Are we allowed to kill someone who works on Saturdays as in Exodus 35:2? Is football to be played with gloves when in Leviticus 11:6-8 touching the skin of a dead pig makes a person unclean? The letter ends when he thanks Dr. …