• Michael Coren

    The Reverend Michael Coren is the author of 18 books, several of them best-sellers, translated into a dozen languages. He hosted daily radio and TV shows for almost 20 years, and is now a Contributing Columnist for the Toronto Star, and appears regularly in the Globe and Mail, The Walrus, The Oldie, ipaper, TVOntario, The New Statesman, and numerous other publications in Canada and Britain. He has won numerous award and prizes across North America. He is a priest at St. Luke’s, Burlington. His latest book is The Rebel Christ.


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Empathy: The Great Virtue

In recent months, churches in Canada have been attacked, some of them destroyed. Most have been Roman Catholic, but some were Anglican. This has all

A Contemporary Grief Observed

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to people considering mortality in a way they’ve seldom done before, which makes the timing of Richard Coles’ new book,

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Abiding with Jesus

When I was a small boy, I spent a great deal of time with my grandpa. He was nothing special to most people but everything

Hope: the Great Conqueror

A new year, a new start, a new hope. It’s a time to look to what is to come but also, sometimes painfully, to look

Church and State: Can They Be Separate?

It was never really in doubt that Notre Dame University law professor Amy Coney Barrett was going to be appointed to the US Supreme Court.

Never Ending Magic

As Christians we’re in the loving business. That might sound crass, like something from an awful Valentine’s Day card. But love, authentic and fierce love,

Race and Jesus: Not a New Topic

At long last it seems that issues of racism and racial injustice are to be addressed properly, or at least be at the centre of

Cancel Culture

In early July, a letter signed by 150 leading writers and academics was published in Harper’s magazine. Signatories included authors J.K. Rowling and Margaret Atwood,

Authentic Christianity

My father’s family was Russian Jewish, and while most left for Britain in the 1890s, some remained behind and a great uncle fought in the

How We Respond …

I’m not a fan of Jordan Peterson. I’ve always found his views to be surprisingly disappointing and sometimes downright harmful. Put simply, I just couldn’t

What I Learned

I was ordained in the Anglican Church October 20th. It was the culmination of 5 years of consideration and work, three years of Masters of

Life Changing

In October my life changed forever. In Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton, the mother church of the Anglican diocese of Niagara, Bishop Susan Bell laid

My Jesus is the middle way

My mother died some years ago and she didn’t have what they call a “good death”. It’s a strange phrase, a jarring misnomer designed to

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