‘God speaks my language’: A conversation on Bible translation with Andrew Atagotaaluk and Jonas Allooloo
When they finished translating the Bible into Inuktikut, many came up saying, "Now God speaks my language!”
The province of Ontario’s proposed Bill 28, the “All Families are Equal Act," proposes removing the terms "mother," "father," and "adoptive" from birth certificates.
"My travels fill me with hope because I see a depth of faith, and a reality to faith, that is hard to see outside of Indigenous communities."
If the people of God are part of sinful Babylon, what is a godly woman or man to do?
Somewhere in this mess about human sexuality, we might actually be saved, narrowly or comprehensively.
The real sign of hope is that God continues to raise up faithful people, that they continue to build solid friendships within the ACoC, and that the unique bonds of affection we have with each other, our Communion, and with the Indigenous North are being strengthened despite the centrifugal forces of division.
The Fort McMurray fire now stands as a particular kind of spectacle, which revealed to us a simple truth: our lives and our world are in God’s hands.