Since time immemorial, a belief has prevailed among Israelites and Christians that people in power are somehow divinely blessed. Many of the so-called ‘kingly texts’ of the Old Testament, and other isolated verses, such as the 13th chapter of Paul’s letter to the Romans, have been used to justify the notion that rulers and political leaders are appointed by God.

Is the belief true? Or is it the case that all authority is delegated authority, to be exercised with full responsibility to other humans, to the land, and to the Creator himself? As Canada’s Prime Minister continues to face corporate pressure from foreign oil multinationals, the question gains fresh relevance.

Read an op-piece here outlining the contours of what it might imply for our nation to exercise compassion and have international integrity as Canada continues to be steered by its recently appointed leader.

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