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Thus Ranted Dionysos

So, for those of you who, like me, found the “bro” type language employed by Dionysos in that particular channel (which, curiously, faded as I drank more… he actually seemed to become more articulate), I’d like to pull out and deconstruct what I feel were actually extremely important concepts. 2,224 more words

Why do Christians ignore the Bible's warning about Alcoholics Anonymous?

And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. (Ephesians 5:11)

Question: “Why do Christians attend A.A. even though the Bible forbids this?” 37 more words

Freshmen A: What is mythology's purpose?

Yesterday we ended class understanding that humans tell/create stories in order to make sense of the world and pass on knowledge or information (or to just entertain ourselves). 172 more words

Creation Myths

Oh Deer! Hercules's Third Labor

It’s time again to delve into the story behind my book The Trials of Hercules and to give you a little taste of the book with an excerpt. 1,804 more words


Spotted: Fairies in the Joseph Campbell Foundation bookstore

We’re delighted to say that The Element Encyclopedia of Fairies is now available from the Joseph Campbell Foundation online bookstore.

Fans of folklore, fairy tales and myth will find plenty to fuel the mind and spark the imagination in the JCF collection. 125 more words

The Element Encyclopedia Of Fairies

First Chapter, First Paragraph Tuesday (35)

W…W…W…Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by MizB.

From The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan

The snake-haired ladies were starting to annoy Percy. 130 more words