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Conference on religious freedom co-sponsored by TWU and the Evangelical Free Church Keeping the Faith, Tape 4 - February 7

Audio 301a consists of the following recording:
Title: Peter Ropke – “Keeping the Faith – Liberty versus Rights” / Paul Marshall – “Keeping the Faith – Religious Freedom around the World”
Peter Ropke discusses the movement from a liberty-based system to a rights-based system of government at length, in relation to religious freedom. He cites several examples and argues that a rights-based system allows for fewer freedoms then a liberty-based system. At [32:18] he concludes and Paul Marshall [likely Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom, at Freedom House] presents his lecture. He offers an overview of what is happening in terms of religious freedom in the world, why it is happening, what it means in terms of the way we understand the world and in terms of what we should do. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 301b consists of the following recording:
Title: Paul Marshall – “Keeping the Faith – Religious Freedom around the World”
This is a continuation of the lecture on Aud. 301a. Paul Marshall continues his discussion of religious freedom in the world, how and why it is changing, and how we should respond. He cites examples spanning countries in both the developing and developed world. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Cassette tape label reads:
Keynote 5 Peter Ropke, PhD; Keynote 6 Dr. Paul Marshall
Keynote 6 cont'd
This is Tape 4 of 7 of a lecture series.

Conference on religious freedom co-sponsored by TWU and the Evangelical Free Church: Keeping the Faith, Tape 6 - February 8

Audio 303a consists of the following recording:
Title: Iain T. Benson / Bruce Clemenger – “Christian Perspective on Religious Freedom and Definition”
Benson [Senior Associate Counsel, Miller Thomson LLP, and former Executive Director, Centre for Cultural Renewal in Ottawa, Ontario] begins by raising the question: "what is the language of engagement? Can theological language itself do the task of connection? I'm going to suggest that it can't, and that it's not intended to do so." He speaks on the case of Brillinger v. Brockie, wherein a homosexual man (Brillinger) was denied printing services by Brockie, the owner of the printing company, based on his strict religious beliefs. Benson also discusses the difficulty of the terms pluralism and secularism and the issues that arise when groups redefine terms. Near the end of the recording Clemenger begins his response. He identifies himself as Director of the EFC's Centre for Faith and Public Life. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 303b consists of the following recording:
Title: Bruce Clemenger – “Response” / Douglas Farrow – “Rousseau's Religious Typology”
This is a continuation of the lecture on Aud. 303a. Clemenger continues his response to Benson's presentation. At [10:38] Douglas Farrow [Professor of Christian Thought, McGill University] presents his paper “Rousseau's Religious Typology”. He focuses on the preamble to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
This is Tape 6 of 7 of a lecture series.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Cassette tape label reads:
Keynote 7 Iain T. Benson; Response Bruce Clemenger
Response continued; Keynote 8 by Douglas Farrow, Ph.D. (incomplete)

Audio / Visual Collection

  • CA TWU Coll. 02
  • Collection
  • [1966-2006]

This collection consists primarily of audio and video cassettes which document the people and events of TWU, including graduation ceremonies, conferences, reports, oral history interviews, presentations by guest speakers, and lectures presented by TWU faculty.
The collection consists of two series:
01: Audio
02: Video

The CDs and DVDs are unprocessed; descriptions have not been added to the online database

TWU Archives

Conference on religious freedom co-sponsored by TWU and the Evangelical Free Church: Keeping the Faith, Tape 3 - February 7

Audio 300a consists of the following recording:
Title: Robert Kuhn / Benno Friesen – “Keeping the Faith – Tyranny, Tolerance and Charter Values” / John von Heyking – “Keeping the Faith – Alexis de Tocqueville”
This is a continuation of the lecture on Aud. 299b. Bob Kuhn (Legal Counsel for TWU during Legal Challenge) discusses religious freedom and Charter values in Canada. He cites several examples of cases in Canada, particularly those involving educational institutions and governing bodies. At [16:45], Benno Friesen (former Trinity faculty member and retired MP) responds to and expands on Bob’s presentation. He discusses the influence of the marketplace on accepted religious practice. He cites examples of bias against evangelicals and Christians in the community and media. At [35:50] John von Heyking (Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Lethbridge) begins presenting his paper on the political thought of Alexis de Tocqueville and the relationship between the democratic desire for equality and freedom of religious associations, and the impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and its effect on creating a new Canadian nation. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 300b consists of the following recording:
Title: John von Heyking / Calvin Townsend – “Keeping the Faith – Alexis de Tocqueville”
This is a continuation of Aud. 300a. John von Heyking continues his discussion of Alexis de Tocqueville and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He cites several examples and discusses what it means to be a Canadian citizen. At [31:41] Cal Townsend (TWU faculty member) responds to John’s paper. He discusses modern Republicanism at length.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Cassette label reads:
Keynote 3 cont'd: Bob Kuhn Esq. Response Benno Friesen. Keynote 4 John von Heyking, Phd
Keynote 4 cont'd; Response Calvin Townsend
This is Tape 3 of 7 of a lecture series.

Conference on religious freedom co-sponsored by TWU and the Evangelical Free Church: Keeping the Faith, Tape 5 - February 7

Audio 302a consists of the following recording:
Title: Mark Charlton / Paul Marshall – “Keeping the Faith – Religious Freedom around the World”
This is a continuation of the lecture on Aud. 301b. Mark Charlton (TWU faculty member) responds to Paul Marshall's presentation on religious freedom around the world. He relates the changes in religious freedom to the “War on Terror”. At [13:25] Marshall [likely Senior Fellow at the Center for Religious Freedom, at Freedom House] responds. Near the end of the recording, he opens the floor for questions and the recording cuts off.
This is Tape 5 of 7 of a lecture series.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Cassette label reads:
Response to Dr. Paul Marshall by Dr. Mark Charlton

Conference on religious freedom co-sponsored by TWU and the Evangelical Free Church: Keeping the Faith, Tape 2 - February 7

Audio 299a consists of the following recording:
Title: Janet Epp Buckingham – “Keeping the Faith – Religious Freedom in a Canadian Legal Context”
Buckingham discusses religious freedom in Canada. She discusses secularization, resolving conflicting or competing rights, and accommodation of religion at length. She attempts to focus on the “bigger” picture and apologizes for a lack of depth. First, she focuses on the secularization of Canadian society. She discusses the benefits of religion to the individual and society. She discusses the negative impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. She examines several cases of religious freedom in Canada, with a focus on cases involving educational institutions. She discusses cases relating to a variety of religions. She is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
Audio 299b consists of the following recording:
Title: Janet Epp Buckingham / Kevin Boonstra or Kevin Sawatsky – “Keeping the Faith – Religious Freedom in a Canadian Legal Context” / Robert Kuhn – “Keeping the Faith – Tyranny, Tolerance and Charter Values”
This is a continuation of the lecture on Aud. 299a. Buckingham discusses religious freedom in Canada. She examines several cases of religious freedom in Canada, with a focus on cases involving educational institutions. Boonstra or Sawatsky responds to her presentation. He discusses the dynamic of being a Christian and a Secular Liberal. At [15:56] a different session begins. Bob Kuhn reads an excerpt from the Trinity Western University Legal Challenge case. He discusses religious freedom and Charter values in Canada. He discusses the dynamics of Tyranny and Tolerance at length. He is cut off in the middle of a sentence.
This is Tape 2 of 7 of a lecture series.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011
Cassette tape label reads:
Tape 2: Keynote 2 Janet Epp Buckingham, PhD
Keynote 2 cont'd; Response Kevin Kuhn [Sawatsky? or Boonstra?]; Keynote 3 Bob Kuhn
Note that Epp-Buckingham would later serve as TWU's Director of the Laurentian Leadership Centre; Boonstra, Sawatsky and Kuhn served as TWU's legal team during the Legal Challenge

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