Tag Archives: Canadian

Canadian and American Jewish Identity

by | May 20, 2019

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Religion News Service reported on some surveys in the recent past about demographic and statistical facts about the Canadian Jewish population. The author of the article joked about “Canadaphilia” or a “longing to be a Canadian… or, to be even more precise, a longing for the way that Canadians practice Judaism.”… Read more »

Millennials More Probable to Believe in Afterlife

by | April 26, 2018

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen  The National Post reported on belief in the afterlife for Millennials (Brean, 2018). They believe in it. They also do not believe in it. But they believe in the afterlife more than other cohorts of Canadians. A survey reported the sociological trend of older generations of Canadians’ disbelief in a literal… Read more »