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  • “Religion” in China

    “Religion” China

    It has been a few years since I proposed “The China Rule” which would require that any general theory or universal claim about religion be subjected to testing... Read more

    The 30 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Aboriginal Dandyism

    Aboriginal Dandyism

    Traditional Australian Aborigine societies were, from a material and technological standpoint, relatively simple. This relative simplicity has blinded many to... Read more

    The 05 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Links Without Any Intended Unifying Theme

    Links Without Intended Unifying Theme

    Image sourceRichard Nixon in an undergrad paper at Whittier College in 1933:In making a short study of English philosophers during the past year I became an... Read more

    The 17 March 2014 by   Praymont
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  • Repetition & Ritual

    Repetition Ritual

    Repeat after me or do as I do, again and again and again. This is mimesis and it depends on repetition. In Origins of the Modern Mind: Three Stages in the... Read more

    The 07 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Catholic Magic

    Catholic Magic

    According to early evolutionary anthropologists, magical thinking is supposed to be the province of “primitive” or traditional societies. Read more

    The 11 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Challenging the Blind Watchmaker

    Challenging Blind Watchmaker

    “The only watchmaker in nature is the blind forces of physics…the blind unconscious, automatic process which Darwin discovered, and which we now know is the... Read more

    The 24 March 2014 by   Stuart_gray
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  • Spirits of Orality

    Spirits Orality

    As university students today well know, power-point obsessed lecturers have internalized the idea, drawn from evolutionary biology, that the primary mode of... Read more

    The 28 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Orthodoxy and Atheism

    Orthodoxy Atheism

    Over at The Atlantic, Emma Green bemoans the “intellectual snobbery” of New Atheists. While evangelical atheists certainly have their issues, including... Read more

    The 14 March 2014 by   Cris
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  • Evangelistic Apologetics – The Church Under Attack (Part 10)

    Evangelistic Apologetics Church Under Attack (Part

    Here’s an understatement - “the Bible is a very interesting Book.”If you believe there is a God and that the Bible is God’s special Revelation to humanity (whic... Read more

    The 30 March 2014 by   Mmcgee
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  • Invisibility: Spirits & Science

    Invisibility: Spirits Science

    Those familiar with Robin Horton’s thesis that traditional religious thought is closely related to scientific thought will want to read Philip Ball’s Nautilus... Read more

    The 19 March 2014 by   Cris
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