The Cross of Christ, Towering Over the Wrecks of Time: A Meditation Upon the Passion

A meditation for Passion Week. We have built monuments as proof; reminders of how ‘we’ as a nation have been forcibly forged in times of crisis. There are few things that Canadians would consider ‘lording’ over American neighbours, but Brock’s Monument on Queenston Heights, seen by hundreds of Americans daily, stands facing and pointing somewhat tauntingly at New York State across the Niagara River. It is here that the so-called, “Saviour of Upper Canada” is buried.  … More The Cross of Christ, Towering Over the Wrecks of Time: A Meditation Upon the Passion

Should I Enrol at a Public or Christian University? A Guide to the Invisible Curricula (Part 1)

The university years are critical: critical to your profession, to your friendships and probable marriage, and to your likely geographic commitments. Realize that universities shape you in their image, narrative, and priorities. They get to your heart, and they offer you a dream. Unfortunately, much of the curriculum is invisible… … More Should I Enrol at a Public or Christian University? A Guide to the Invisible Curricula (Part 1)

Taking the Bible Seriously in Scholarship

A biblically Christian worldview is well positioned to compensate for the compartmentalization we see in the secular academy. After all, our most basic confession as Christians is that our world belongs to God, which has huge ramifications for our task as academics. If God has brought into being an orderly creation subject to his laws and norms, we can come to our respective fields of scholarly endeavour confident that they find their place within an integral whole sustained by God himself through Jesus Christ. … More Taking the Bible Seriously in Scholarship