Many Christians sense that an advancing secularism is trying to force upon Canadians a culture in which faith is meant to be private. In Under Siege, Don Hutchinson presents historic, legal, and theological grounds for us not to hide our faith in stained-glass closets, but instead to enter Canada’s contested public space with confidence. Together, as individual Christians, congregations, denominations, and para-congregational ministries, we are the church in Canada. And together, we have the capacity to impact the nation for God, the good of our neighbours, and the good of ourselves.
(Paperback, 278 pages)