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Would Jesus Colonize You?: Why all Christians, including PM Harper, should oppose Harper’s agenda towards First Nations. (Pt3)

The Gospel is inherently anti-colonial yet many Christians throughout the centuries have been complicit in it. Colonialism is still alive and well today, even if we hide it better. ┬áIt is also still against the Gospel and the Way of … Continue reading

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Would Jesus Colonize you: If so, then what gives with Christianity’s role in Colonialism? (Part 2)

If the Gospel is anti-colonial, why have Christians been so complicit in colonialism? I have argued that the Gospel is inherently anti-colonial. Combine that with the non-violence Jesus taught, practiced and expect us to follow (which thoroughly undercuts the main … Continue reading

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Would Jesus Colonize You?: The Anti Colonial Gospel (Pt1)

Would Jesus colonize you? Would Jesus colonize you? Would Jesus force you to convert to another culture, speak another language, adopt different values and change everything about who you are in order to follow Him? Judging the past actions of … Continue reading

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