Something broadcast relatively recently on CBC radio

On the topic of religious freedom in Canada, there was an interview recently broadcast on CBC radio from a retired professor at the Royal Military College of Canada.

A few quotes from this interview for you:

  • "We could also help the general cause of religious freedom by introducing a code of moral practice for religions," he said. "They will never achieve unity so why not try for compatibility? Can't religious leaders agree to adjust doctrine so all religions can operate within the code?"
  • "I won't try to propose what might be in the new code except for a few obvious things: A key item would have to be a ban on claims of exclusivity. It should be unethical for any RRP to claim that theirs was the one true religion and believers in anything else or nothing were doomed to fire and brimstone. One might also expect prohibition of ritual circumcisions, bans on preaching hate or violence, the regulation of faith healers, protocols for missionary work, etc.,"

Which subject should Dave study most for?

CMPT 401 - Operating Systems II (distributed systems and whatnot)
0% (0 votes)
CMPT 405 - Advanced Algorithms
33% (1 vote)
CMPT 471 - Networking II
0% (0 votes)
HIST 337 - The Balance of Power in Europe, 1849 - 1949 (I think that its safe to say that my term paper didn't turn out well)
67% (2 votes)
Total votes: 3

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New aggregation

At the moment I've enabled the link aggregator portion of Drupal to see how well it works. Do you think that it would be worthwhile to have something like this turned on, or does it make things a little too cluttered?

(The site in question, is sometimes kind of thought-provoking).


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