Archive for August 15, 2022

Canceling Verdi

Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 15, 2022 by andelino

Should classical music be “decolonized”?

“Cancel culture” is real. Important figures of history—Theodore Roosevelt, Queen Victoria and even Gandhi—have either had their statues pulled down or called to be pulled down. One would think one realm of Western historical heritage would be safer: classical music, which has for hundreds of years enriched the lives of people in cultures around the world. But even classical music isn’t immune.

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Canadian Farmers

Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 15, 2022 by andelino

Emission targets will destroy the agricultural industry.

The radical climate policies of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government are now bearing down on Canadian farmers. The federal government announced at a ministers of agriculture meeting last month that nitrogen fertilizer emissions must be reduced by 30 percent by 2030. This could have wide-ranging consequences on future crop yields when many parts of the world are finding it more difficult to produce food.

Read more at “Trudeau Government Attacks Canadian Farmers”

Repenting

Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 15, 2022 by andelino

How do you change the course of history? How can a nation reckon with its past? These were some of the questions Germany was confronted with in 1945 after World War II. At that time, Germany considered national repentance. Such repentance could have changed the course of the world. Not only does history show that the ancestors of Germany once underwent such repentance, the Bible reveals that Germany will repent in the future and become an incredible force for good.

While it is increasingly evident that Germany hasn’t reckoned with its past and is about to repeat historic evil, there is hope.

Read more at “A Nation Capable of Repenting”

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