Articles written by Doug Koop

  1. Stories // News0

    When the body hurts

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    Sliding down a riverbank on a winter Sunday afternoon is great fun. Playing casual (very casual) hockey on a homemade rink with a group of friends (some in skates, some in shoes) somehow links a middle-aged body to a great…Read More→

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    Prominent Canadian evangelical relocating

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    VANCOUVER—A prominent Canadian evangelical is making a surprising career transition. John G. Stackhouse, Jr., a long-time theology professor at Regent College in Vancouver, has accepted a new assignment at Crandall University (formerly Atlantic Baptist University) in Moncton, New Brunswick. In…Read More→

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    Winnipeg landmark shutting down

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    An era is coming to an end. For the past 18 years, sisters-in-law Margo Smith and Kathy Smith have shared an office and a partners’ desk as they managed the daily operations of Hull’s Family Bookstores, a Christian retail outlet…Read More→

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    East defends West

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    WINNIPEG—Vishal Mangalwadi is a man with a grand mission—nothing less than restoring the best of Western civilization. He believes this can be accomplished, primarily through a thorough revamping of the education system that begins with new methods of delivering university…Read More→

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    As Harmon lay dying

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    Like plenty of other people, Harmon is afraid to die. He has the advantage (or is it a disadvantage?) of knowing that his rendezvous with the inevitable is drawing near. Hours tick by slowly as one’s time grows short, and…Read More→