Articles Tagged ‘Morality’

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Children of Men film expunges novel’s central message

I may have been one of only a handful of reviewers in the Western world who bought and read the novel The Children of Men before seeing the film of the same title, released in North America on Christmas Day. Given their mutual premise – a near-future world of total human infertility and the rebirth of hope in the person of an unborn child – I found ... (Continue reading)

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Effability: the f-word is everywhere

Editor’s note: Due to the author’s overarching desire to re-establish to the postmodern West such qualities as morality, civility and the classical modes of rhetoric, she has replaced in the following all quoted uses of the word under discussion with “eff,” with appropriate grammatical derivations thereof. That “eff,” “effing,” “eff off,” “eff about” and “eff up” have entered the general lexicon through the popular entertainment ... (Continue reading)

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Book details a journey to chastity

The Thrill of the Chaste: Finding Fulfillment While Keeping Your Clothes On by Dawn Eden (W Publishing Group, $17.50, 224 pages) Dawn Eden, “a Jewish-born rock journalist turned salty Christian blog queen,” has written “a book for marriage-minded single women who (have) had enough of the Sex and the City lifestyle.” While giving up her promiscuity ... (Continue reading)

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Seductive power of ‘the goddess’

“There is no such thing as a new morality. There is only one morality. All else is immorality.” – Theodore Roosevelt Many people would say that we live in a secular society with no room for gods and goddesses. But, I see millions of Canadians devoting themselves to a goddess they do not openly own. No, they don’t ... (Continue reading)

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Torture is never right

Alex Berenson, a reporter for the New York Times, has written a chilling and informative novel, The Faithful Spy, which raises some serious questions about whether it is sometimes right to do evil so that good might result. In the course of the novel, John Wells, a CIA agent who has infiltrated Al Qaeda, uncovers evidence ... (Continue reading)

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Finding the rays of hope

Next month The Interim begins its 25th year of publication. We are making plans for a number of exciting stories, new features and series of events to mark the benchmark. We need your involvement for one of them: what are the signs of hope for pro-life and pro-family Canadians. Often this paper is criticized for being too ... (Continue reading)

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Gays as pawns in the culture war

The homosexual “marriage” issue has fortunately awakened many sleeping Christians. Many, however, do not realize that homosexuals are pawns being used for political purposes in a culture war. The international socialist movement is using homosexuals as an excuse to further a socialist, anti-religious agenda. What better way to muzzle Christians than to pass “hate” legislation limiting churches’ freedom of ... (Continue reading)

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Prostitutes’ group suing federal government

A Toronto-based group, Sex Professionals of Canada, is suing the federal government for maintaining laws criminalizing prostitution and thereby, they claim, endangering the lives of “sex trade workers.” The group’s executive director, Valerie Scott, said that communicating and bawdyhouse laws “are arbitrary,” and “do more harm than good.” The group is challenging Canada’s solicitation laws on constitutional grounds. SPOC calls itself ... (Continue reading)

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