Canada

Mohler denounces Canadian legislation to expand physician-assisted suicide to people with disabilities

"Canada legalized physician-assisted suicide... in 2016. The Parliament recently advanced a measure known as Bill C-7 to expand the parameters to include individuals who have a disability but are not facing a terminal illness." - C.Post

156 reads

Thinking About a Pastor in a Canadian Jail

"To answer these questions, I think we need to understand something about how Canadian law works and something about the circumstances of this particular case. When we grasp these matters, I am confident that we will have a good idea how to proceed." - Don Johnson

Related: What You Need to Know about the Arrest of Pastor James Coates

1359 reads

COVID-19 and the Struggle for Worship in Canada

"The article is simply intended to alert American believers of the shuttering of places of worship in Canada that seems more stringent than similar closures in the United States.... many American evangelicals have limited or no knowledge of churches to our north who are facing similar or more rigorous restrictions from various parts of the Canadian government. This is their story." - P&D

517 reads

Churches leave Mennonite denomination over theology, LGBT stance

"Pastor Brent Kipfer of Maple View Mennonite Church in Wellesley told the magazine that his church began a discernment process after members of the evangelical congregation noticed a 'more widely varying theological diversity within MC Eastern Canada and MC Canada.'" - CPost

396 reads

Canada: BC government threatens to withdraw all funding from a facility that won't euthanize patients

"Hospice is not about making people dead. Rather, it seeks to help terminally ill patients live well through intensive medical, spiritual, psychological, and social treatments to alleviate the pain and emotional suffering ....Don’t tell that to the provincial government of British Columbia." - National Review

437 reads

Canadian Church of Atheism denied charitable status after court finds it's not a religion

"The Court of Appeal upheld the refusal by the minister of national revenue to register the Church of Atheism of Central Canada as a charity, even though it claimed to have a minister and sacred text called the 'Ten Commandments of Energy,' where they practiced their 'doctrine of mainstream science.' The court said the organization failed to demonstrate the necessary elements of a belief system." - Fox

378 reads

Pages