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The Observer

The Pope Apologizes to Canadian First Nations

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

It's Monday, April 4 2022. I'm Joshua Claycamp. And this is the observer. A Kamloops Christians reflection upon the news from a biblical perspective. In order to help Christians understand how we need to think and feel about current events. Well, indigenous delegates to the Vatican last week...

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Tags: church, god, power, forgiveness, christians, forgive, apology, pope, understand, rome, roman catholic church, apologizing, vatican, individuals, kamloops, indigenous, indigenous people, roman catholic theology, residential school system

Taking the Education of Children Seriously

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on

If parents don't take the education of their children seriously, LGBTQ activists will! The "Don't say gay" bill endures intense criticism from LGBTQ activists and the Hollywood glitterati. In BC, SOGI 123 becomes dogma.

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Tags: students, children, education, parents, gender identity, affirming, canada, lgbtq, sexual orientation, kamloops, indigenous, residential schools, residential school