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As Perpetua

Recently I was given the opportunity to study and research about the tale of two early Christian Martyrs. Perpetua and Felicity, there are numerous articles, and even Youtube videos which can share their story. 347 more words

Poetry

Pooh as Sacred Text

A few weeks ago, my friend Sheila gave me an article about reading Jane Eyre as a sacred text. The article—and the concept—intrigued me and I shared it with my spouse. 506 more words

Books

Animism and Community

I guess I will start with updates. A great deal is going on right now, and I am not inclined to say anything about most of it. 1,342 more words

Anthropology/Archaeology

Two Visions, Two Voices

Barbara Ehrenreich and Doris Grumbach have much in common. Distinctively bright as children, they both went on to earn advanced degrees, become committed social activists, and have successful careers as writers. 670 more words

Book Reviews

God is the God of Truth ... Anywhere and Everywhere

The great Medieval Jewish philosopher, Maimonides, purportedly said, “We must accept truth wherever we find truth.” Touché! If God is the God of truth – more than this, if God… 517 more words

Religion/Spirituality

The Lie

The Lie

                ***Some may find this post difficult, offensive or controversial. Please read to the end with an open mind before you critique, or don’t read it at all.*** 2,231 more words

Religion/spirituality