Michael Coren's articles
Published On: August 25, 2021
OPINION: Many of the political issues seen as Christian-based are largely irrelevant. A faith-based approach to justice and peace would actually require a revolutionary vision.
Published On: January 27, 2021
OPINION: As an Anglican cleric at a large Ontario church, I’m working in conditions unknown for a hundred years. And they’ve taught me much about the human spirit.
Published On: January 04, 2021
OPINION: Churches defying public-health measures aren’t examples of courage in the face of tyranny. Religious leaders may be about saving souls — but they should also be about saving lives.
Published On: September 16, 2020
OPINION: The former Conservative leadership candidate has set her sights on becoming an MP. The electorate has a right to know more about her beliefs.
Published On: July 27, 2020
The lead pastor with Lorne Park Baptist Church in Mississauga was terminated last week. The reason? She came out as a transgender woman.
Published On: July 08, 2020
OPINION: Critics say progressives are clamping down on free speech and stifling open discussion. But many of those critics have done the same thing.
Published On: June 11, 2020
OPINION: As of June 12, places of worship will be allowed to open at a much higher capacity. Not all church leaders support the move — but those who do seem to have one thing in common.
Published On: January 05, 2018
OPINION: Big businesses are pushing back against the minimum-wage increase. We can’t let them get in the way of progress, writes Michael Coren.
Published On: December 15, 2017
OPINION: Anti-abortion activists think they’re being persecuted. In fact, writes Michael Coren, they have a persecution complex.
Published On: July 15, 2016
Accusations of racism should be made with caution, Michael Coren says, as many people of colour voted for Brexit. But a recent incident involving his daughter in England highlights concerns about a growing xenophobia.
Published On: June 14, 2016
Why are so many politicians and media personalities trying to digress or distract from the truth? People were killed in Orlando because they were gay, Michael Coren writes.
Published On: May 24, 2016
A genuine act of apology involves full admission of guilt, sorrow for the crime or failing, and fitting compensation, or even punishment. Words of sorrow are not supposed to be some sort of get-out-of-jail-free card.