As parents, we all remember our children’s “firsts:” first tooth, first word, first step, and first day of school. For many of us, there were feelings of fear or anxiety, sadness or loneliness, as we waved goodbye and left them in the hands of a teacher for the first time. ...Read More »
Questions Atheists Tend to Ask Part 6: Why is “Thou shalt not rape” Not Part of the Ten Commandments?
Why is, “Thou shalt not rape,” one of the Ten Commandments? That is a question I’ve heard asked by atheists more than a few times. Well it is contained in the 10 Commandments, one just needs look deep enough to understand that the Ten Commandments cover every moral situation there is. In the case of rape, that ...Read More »
In Part 1 of this series, I mentioned that Canada is implementing a new sex education curriculum. Beginning at grade one this new curriculum is going to include the sexual grooming of children:  Grade 1: Identify body parts, including genitalia, using correct terminology. Recognize caring behaviours and exploitive behaviours. ...Read More »
Often called the homosexual agenda, it is in truth a pan-sexual agenda that is happening. Pan-sexuality is defined by the LGBT community as quote: “Pansexual is a term that has been growing in recent years as a way for people to better identify their sexual identity. The word Pansexual is ...Read More »
I spent the past day and a half with my son at his college orientation. I had no idea what to expect. I saw the other parents with puzzled looks on their faces. I envisioned myself with that same puzzled look. The confusions, questions, and fears they attempted to express ...Read More »