Morning Roundup 4/30/14
4 Steps to Destroying Your Church; Religion and Culture; Trinity Western
Trinity Western University says law societies in Nova Scotia and Ontario sent a "chilling message" about religious freedom in Canada by restricting or rejecting accreditation for its
Playing Through the Shadow of Death
A recent video game invites us into a family tragedy—and offers a glimmer of hope.
Kevin Schut is professor of Media Communication and Associate Dean of the School of the Arts, Media Culture at Trinity Western University in Langley, BC, Canada.
Canada's First Christian Law School Opposed over Gay Lifestyle Ban
Trinity Western University's community covenant would be "fundamentally incompatible" with Canadian core values, argue law school deans.
Trinity Western University's community covenant would be "fundamentally incompatible" with Canadian core values, argue law school deans. Gleanings.
Gleanings: April 2015
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our April issue).
Last spring, the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society offered Trinity Western University (TWU) law graduates recognition—but only if the school struck its rules against “sexual intimacy that
Gamers are People, Too
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excerpt. Accreditation Revoked - In Canada, the top Christian news story of last week involved Trinity Western University's (TWU) proposed law school.
Praying Together as a Couple
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in Canada - Television journalist Lorna Dueck devotes her half-hour program Context to the background story on the accreditation of the Law School at Trinity Western University by the
Gleanings: June 2014
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
to join their bars. Trinity Western University (TWU), Canada's largest Christian university, will matriculate its first class of law students in 2016. It has a
Opinion Roundup: Should Syria's Christians Be Our Top Priority?
Assad's forces have killed tens of thousands and have allegedly used chemical weapons. Toppling him could wipe out the country’s Christians. Is it worth it?
Assad's forces have killed tens of thousands and have allegedly used chemical weapons. Toppling him could wipe out the country's Christians. Is it worth it?
Let the Gamers Say "Amen!"
Finally! A balanced, generous perspective on what Christianity has to say about video games.
I'm glad I never got started on that project. Kevin Schut has already written it. Schut is a media scholar at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia.
The Gospel Is More Than a Story: Rethinking Narrative and Testimony
Story is all the rage. Everyone wants to tell their personal narrative or to give the Bible a simpler and more relevant plot. Maybe it isn't such a good idea.
Goheen, professor of religious studies at Trinity Western University, found his students could neither relate the story of the Bible nor explain why it was important.
Canadian High Court May Curb Religious Freedom
Trinity Western University denied accreditation for saying homosexuality a sin.
Trinity Western University denied accreditation for saying homosexuality a sin. May 1, 2000. Trinity Western University denied accreditation for saying homosexuality a sin. May 1, 2000.
Court of Appeal has ruled that the British Columbia College of Teachers (BCCT) must grant accreditation to the teacher education program at Trinity Western University, a Christian
Confronting Canada's Secular Slide
Why Canadian evangelicals thrive in a culture often indifferent to religious faith.
Much of the strength of evangelicalism in western Canada, says Trinity Western University historian Bob Burkinshaw, "is due to the number of people of Mennonite background in a
Christians Raise Ministry Profile
Celebration 2005' offers service as low-key witness.
Guy Saffold, executive vice president of Trinity Western University and chair of the education Roundtable, suggested city festivals might be a good place to start.
"Books & Culture 's Book of the Week: Oh, Brother"
"Most everyone agrees that the James ossuary is a significant find. Ask what it means, however …"
Thus, Trinity Western University's Peter Flint argues that this "Jesus" would have to be quite prominent in order to be included, and that "son of God" just might do the trick.