When you really think of the postmodern pressure which relativizes all truth claims I have to wonder: “Our cultural homogeneity really works against our message does it not?”
Great article by Matthew Kingswood, click to read
Multiculturalism, officially enshrined in 1971, is perhaps the most salient aspect of the Canadian societal landscape. Toronto has been dubbed the most multicultural city in the world. With all the beauties and benefits of such a cultural mosaic also come serious potential pitfalls. The multicultural mindset has proven to be fertile soil for the relativism of post-modernity. If East Indian curry is palatable, perhaps aspects of Hinduism are as well? But such curious openness on the one hand is often outweighed by a resulting lack of conviction on the other.