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David Haskell wrote an interesting piece for the Star over the weekend that concludes with these thoughts:
"Research, also done by Reimer, has determined that because Canadian evangelicals see honesty, fidelity and charity as categorical imperatives and not situational options they tend to show more continuity between what they say and what they do. In the vernacular of evangelicals: if they talk the talk, they walk the walk.
The implications of these findings are staggering: it could mean that for the first time in decades Canadians might have a Prime Minister who doesn't lie to them.
Skeptical? I understand. It may be easy for evangelicals, but for the rest of us ... it's hard to believe in miracles."