Zombie Culture and Christianity 2015

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WHAT’S WITH ALL THE ZOMBIES? A Christian Interpretation of Zombie Culture Bill Anderson PhD bill.anderson@concordia.ab.ca Religious Studies Winter 2014 Zombies are everywhere! They are ubiquitously found in books, movies, comics, video games, TV shows and on the streets (zombie walks). What’s with all the zombies? What is the significance and meaning of zombies in our […]

Not an Atheist 2016

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WHY I AM NOT AN ATHEIST Bill Anderson PhD bill.anderson@concordia.ab.ca Religious Studies Winter 2016 I always wanted to be an atheist. I didn’t grow up in a Christian home. I grew up in a working class Scottish home with lots of love, many benefits and much happiness! No philosophy was more drilled into me than […]

Technology and Theology 2019

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The Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith represents a wide range of theological perspectives. This editorial only represents my own personal/academic views as the Editor in Chief of the Canadian Journal for Scholarship and the Christian Faith. TECHNOLOGY AND THEOLOGY Bill Anderson PhD Director of the Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian […]

Reformation and the World 2017

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HOW THE REFORMATION CHANGED THE WORLD Reflections at the Beginning of the Reformation Year 2017 John A. Maxfield Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Concordia University of Edmonton Spring 2017 Google “Reformation 500” and links to multiple webpages appear, detailing local and global events focusing on the five hundredth anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation. […]

A New Way Forward 2018

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The Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith represents a wide range of theological perspectives. This guest editorial only represents the personal/academic views of the author. INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND THE CHRISTIAN FAITH: A NEW WAY FORWARD So I’m a white dude. Ironic, I know, given the title of the article. I really struggled with […]