Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Marginalization of Christians and Christianity in Canada

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Marginalization of Christians and Christianity in Canada; or, to cut to the chase: "gays good, Christians bad". Repeat until second nature, then, go out and get the story!

You can file this under "media bias", or, more simply, "CBC".
In Ottawa, a crowd of as many as 18,000 people gathered to march in support of the unborn and to oppose abortion. The RCMP suggested the figure was closer to 10,000, and other experts on grid measurement thought 15,000 more accurate. Not the CBC though. They confidently explained that 5,000 people were at the peaceful gathering.
Michael Coren weighs in.

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Anonymous said...

I do not disagree with anything you say although I would augment it to say that it is not Christians who are marginalized in Canada. It is Christians who are morally conservative who are marginalized.

You can be a United Church or left wing Anglican...you cannot be practicing Roman Catholic, Evangelical, Mormon or the like. No one got on Jack Layton's case for going to his lefty United Church. Which should tell you all you should need to know about who the true Christians are.

RkBall said...

Very good point.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"