Category Archives: social epistemology

About the Christ-Killers

/ Reality / The thing about the ChristKillers, (so huge it’s easily overlooked), is that they are the majority! Thus whatever they say will (by dint of repetition) become “true”: (that they are the “Christians”, for example). God not speaking … 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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Messangers & Messages

/ Cosmology / Theo … / The mailman delivers the letter. He’s entrusted with it. Does the mailman have to know the message? Or is the message none of the mailman’s business? God gave Jesus messages to deliver. Is it … 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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New Page

/ Cosmology / Default Settings This morning my consciousness began to dawn mid-dream. I was dreaming that I was starting a “new page”. In my dream the basic defaults for NewPage were in place, I wasn’t arguing with them: the … Continue reading

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Christ Proof

/ Social Epistemology / Can humans understand the god among them? If there were a god? among them. I want to scribble a few notes. I’d need several life times to do the subject justice: or, I’d need to encounter … Continue reading

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