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January/February 2006 Issue

Faith and Politics:
Party Leaders Respond

Politicians are rarely asked about their faith or how faith impacts their politics. Faith Today invited all party leaders registered with Elections Canada to answer the same question, and this issue includes unedited responses from the four party leaders elected to the House of Commons.

Read the responses by Paul Martin, Stephen Harper, Jack Layton (co-authored by MP Bill Blaikie) and by the correspondence coordinator of the Bloc Québécois. Responses from several additional party leaders (Christian Heritage Party, Canadian Action Party, Progressive Canadian Party) are also posted at www.christianity.ca.


Shaping a More Complete Compassion
By Randal Rauser - Sponsor an African child and save the arctic narwhal.

United They Serve
By Patricia Paddey - Building Christian city-wide cooperation

Come On In!
By Karen Stiller - How to create a welcoming church


Christians Mixed on Schools Compensation
Relief and Development Group Incorporates
Faith-based TV Channels Launch
National House of Prayer Grows
Majority Want Unborn Protected

In Each Issue

From the Editor:
Why Showcase Politicians?  By Gail Reid

The Gathering Place:
Faith and the "Values" Debate  By Bruce J. Clemenger - What are Canadian values?

Guest Column:
Why Don't They Just Get a Job?  By John Mohan/Kent Dueck - Fourth in a series of guest columns about homelessness.

We Believe In...
The Church as Christ's Body  By Victor Shepherd - Sixth in a series of seven columns examining the EFC's statement of faith

Religion Watch:
Delights for a New Year  By Jim Beverley

Ask a Theologian:
Inerrancy?  By Tim Perry


Other Articles
Jan/Feb 2006 Issue

Cover Story
Faith and Politics

From the Editor
Why Showcase Politicians?

The Gathering Place
Faith and the "Values" Debate

Guest Column
Why Don't They Just Get a Job?

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