Canada Lutheran
The Magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada

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Religion and Politics - Canada Lutheran Magazine - ELCIC
For many Canadians trying to make sense out of the current federal election, adding religion to the mix would only make matters worse. It conjures up images of the latest episode of The Handmaid’s Tale (2011) or certain American politicians (usually with pronounced Southern drawls) using their supposed love of Jesus to justify reactionary and cruel policies. People of faith can perform another role in our political discourse. They can hold others who claim a religious per- spective to account. We have all witnessed the ease in which people can twist the teachings of Christ to divide people, feed prejudice...
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September – Breaking the Silence

Silence has been a lethal factor in the social and spiritual lives of our congregations for many years. In these...

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August – Getting Excited About God!

Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth (CLAY) gatherings are memorable, sometimes life-changing events for those who participate in them. CLAY presents faith...

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June – Active and Alive

At 63, Carole McCormick is one of the younger parishioners in her home congregation of Faith, Powell River, B.C. And that’s...

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April – Facing an Uncertain Future – Faith or Fear?

Every day we are supersaturated by multimedia sources with alarming, if not downright terrifying, stories: escalating conflicts or threats of war,...

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