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Marci McDonald

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The Armageddon Factor and its critics

Dennis Gruending. 2010. Used by permission. All rights reserved I wrote in a recent post about Marci McDonald’s book The Armageddon Factor, which traces the growing political influence of Canada’s religious right. McDonald has clearly struck a nerve – two bodyguards accompanied her at a recent Calgary event to promote her book. Reviews and interviews with her [...]

The Armageddon Factor Who are Canada’s Christian Nationalists?

Steve Paikin of The Agenda and Marci McDonald, author of The Armageddon Factor The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada May 27, 2010

Like a sneak peek at the book all Ottawa will be reading next week?

By Rick Hiebert. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission. It will be a long week for Ottawa’s Christian conservatives next week, thanks to former Maclean’s staffer Marci McDonald. And thanks to the fact that I have obtained her new book, The Armageddon Factor three days before its formal release on May 11, I can give [...]

From The Armageddon Factor The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada

In this country, where the CRTC has kept the reins on religious broadcasting and Catholics make up a larger proportion of the faith community, the emergent Christian right may look and sound different than its American counterpart, but in the five years since the prospect of same-sex marriage propelled evangelicals into political action, it has [...]

The Armageddon Factor The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada

In 2006 well known journalist Marci McDonald wrote a definitive piece on the Canadian religious right for The Walrus Magazine. The premise and birth of religious right alert is based on her interest, research and information. Covering religious issues in Canada is difficult for seriously stretched and economically beleaguered media; Canadians are passive and trusting [...]