Tag Archives: Philosophy

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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The Trickster and the Paranormal


Every once in a while, a book comes along at just the right time and provides me with one fresh Eureka moment after another. “The Trickster and the Paranormal” by George P. Hansen is just such a book. It has … Continue reading

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Music and Morality


There is a widespread assumption among religious fundamentalists that their particular holy book is essential for the human expression of morality. It is believed that without the guidance provided by this or that holy book or some other apocalypse, humanity … Continue reading

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Preppers and the Spiritual But Not Religious


Despite the health hazards assumed by living in an age of crisis, I am happy to be alive at this fantastically interesting period of history. Entrenched institutions everywhere are being revolutionized and the ensuing conflicts and dispersions of ideas and … Continue reading

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Prayer vs. Meditation


The title of this blog makes it sound as if prayer and meditation are mutually opposed. I don’t hold this view, but I know that this is the predominant view among fundamentalist Christians, Jews, and Muslims. In this blog, I … 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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