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Five Spirits

/ Cosmology / Anthropology, Religion / From Robert Wright, Evolution of God Linguist Albert Samuel Gatschet studied the Klamath language and culture. He identified five types of supernatural spirits. They apparently fill the quorum for gods, etc. Gatschet’s writings on the Klamath … Continue reading

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O’Hairy Morality

Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Epistemology / Cosmology / Religion / I’m loving the biopic I’m watching on Madalyn Murray O’Hair. I wouldn’t spit in your ass if your guts were on fire. Mme Atheist addressing the kidnapper … Continue reading

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Received Wisdom of Buddha

/ Cosmology … Theology … Ethics / I’m going to do something silly, something vain: I’m going to argue, to quarrel, rationally (ha ha), with a few familiar tenets of Buddhism. I know better, you know better, come with me … Continue reading

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AnarChrin

/ Cosmology … Religion / Eureka! I got it! Finally! AnarChrin! That’s my religion. That’s what I believe: AnarChrism! I’m an AnarChrin. Or AnarChrist. An Anarchist Christian. AnarChrist, the “A”, capitalized: ’cause it’s a religion! I’ve mucked for decades with … Continue reading

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Catholic Abraham

/ Cosmology Etc. / Religion … God / God spoke to Abraham. Abraham spoke to God. According to the Jews, the Muslims too: except when Muslims mean God they say Allah; and Allah spoke to Muhammed, and Muhammed spoke to … Continue reading

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Extremist Religion

/ Religion / Extremism and religion go together, do they not? automatically? Is not a god an extreme? a tall story? Hyperbole? overstatement overstated? The Jewish god is an extreme of jealousy, of ambition, of braggadocio. Jesus is an extreme … Continue reading

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Freedom of Religion

/ Social Order / In Gringolandia Freedom has been a major subject with pk since I founded the Free Learning Exchange in 1970. The list below links to a few locations. But the specific use of the concept Americans are … Continue reading

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