Christianity has largely been represented in recent social discourse by a relatively small minority of conservatives, and Christians are often viewed as obsessed with single issues such as abortion or sexuality, as saying “no” rather than “yes.” As a result, the perception of the Christian faith in North America and much of Europe is frequently a negative one. For the past five years Michael Coren has written articles and columns in many of Canada’s major newspapers and magazines trying to reinterpret the Christian faith, and to present it in its genuine, vibrant, and liberating form.
About the author
Michael Coren has been a voice in Canadian media for over 20 years. He is a columnist, radio personality, talk show host and author. Over the years he has written for The Globe and Mail, the Financial Post, Sun Media, and many other esteemed news outlets. He also hosted and produced The Michael Coren Show on CTS. After thirteen years on The Michael Coren Show, he left to host The Arena with the Sun News Network in 2011. He has won several awards for his writing and broadcasting, including the 2008 Omni Award, the Queen's Jubilee Medal, and Columnist of the year. Coren is currently a student of Divinity at Trinity College, University of Toronto where he is on track to be ordained an Anglican Priest. He will be working in the Niagara region.
"The Jesus of Coren's authentic Christianity is, to use modern-day parlance, less an alt-right Trumper than a social-justice warrior."
The Globe and Mail