Tag Archives: Ontology

Logos, Abyss, and Spirit


A couple of posts ago, I promised an exposition on the Trickster in the Bible. As it turns out, the subject is so vast that I needed a book rather than a few blog posts to explore it. I got … Continue reading

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Authority, Meaning, and Myth


As I have developed a more mystical philosophy of life, I have had several conversations about my (heretical) beliefs. Invariably, the first questions with which I am presented are regarding authority. “Who is your authority? Do you submit to God’s … Continue reading

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No Thing


My last post opened with the dogmatic pontification, “There is only one thing.” Please try to understand my words as less of a prosaic resolute statement of fact, and more of a poetic playing with words. When attempting to describe … Continue reading

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One Thing


There is only One Thing. To say, “there are two things,” establishes a relationship between the two things. This relationship exists in an environment and all together they compose a system which is One All Encompassing Thing. We find ourselves … Continue reading

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