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Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion

There are many similarities between Jesus Christ and the Ancient Greek God, Dionysus. These striking similarities in their essences, as well as the stark differences in the way they lived, readied the world for the coming of God made flesh. Without the ideas, conceptions, and truths born through Dionysus, it is conceivable that the worldContinue reading “Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion”

Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape

In late 2010, Sam Harris, famed atheist public thinker, published what may be considered his magnum opus. “The Moral Landscape”, a then New York Times bestseller, attempts to argue that science can be used to observe human values. In it, Harris lays out what he believes to be a landscape of peaks and valleys uponContinue reading “Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape”

BLM and the Functions of Mythology: as History & as Founding Myth

In recent writings, I have made several claims in regards to what BLM is aiming to do. Chief amongst those reads as follows: BLM are attempting to lay down a foundational mythos to justify usurping the current ruling order and that, ultimately, this attempt will fail because their new mythos is too untrue. Now weContinue reading “BLM and the Functions of Mythology: as History & as Founding Myth”

Sadness

Sadness often acts as a badge of honor for the bereaved, for the deprived. When our own walls crumble and fall, do we not wish to have outside eyes gaze upon us and weep? Is it not more painful to be invaded in the dead of winter, surrounded by the cold and unfeeling force ofContinue reading “Sadness”

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