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Horse-and-Buggy Genius

In both North and South America, many ultra-traditional Mennonites rejected the modern world, especially its icon the automobile. They became known as “horse-and-buggy” people. Historian Royden Loewen, ...

The Constructed Mennonite

By (author) Hans Werner
Categories: Second World War

John Werner was a storyteller. A Mennonite immigrant in southern Manitoba, he captivated his audiences with tales of adventure and perseverance. With every telling he constructed and reconstructed the ...

Prodigal Daughter

By (author) Myrna Kostash
Categories: Biography: writers
Series: Wayfarer

A deep-seated questioning of her inherited religion resurfaces when Myrna Kostash chances upon the icon of St. Demetrius of Thessalonica. A historical, cultural and spiritual odyssey that begins in Edmonton, ...

The Lord for the Body

James Opp is assistant professor, history, Carleton University.

Religious Institutions and the Law

This revised edition is the first-ever Canadian legal text on the law relating to religious institutions. Drawing on legal, historical, and theological sources, it deals with almost every area in which ...

Dying Church Living God

Make a new church. That’s the challenge Chuck Meyer lays down for readers. He writes that the institutional church we know so well is dying. In fact, it may already be dead. Its structure and theology ...

The Waning of the Green

McGowan traces the evolution of the Catholic community from an isolated religious and Irish ethnic subculture in the late nineteenth century into an integrated segment of English Canadian society by the ...