Tag Archives: Nietzsche

Celebrate Banned Books Week

One of the most enjoyable scholarly activities one can engage in is the reading of banned books.  It is often these banned books that portray a palpable reality, even if those realities are dark places into which one might not … Continue reading

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The Biggest Threat to Christianity

I’ve heard it said that the most substantial threat to Christianity is a clear, thorough reading of the Biblical texts.  The hosts at the non-profit public access show, The Atheist Experience, discuss some of the inconsistencies in the Bible.

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Dark Green Dionysus and Stephen Colbert

Of the two main pseudo-politicos poking fun at everything on Comedy Central, satirist Stephen Colbert is not my favorite.  However, there is an interesting piece in the Religion section of the Huffington Post concerning his “giving up” Catholicism for lent. … Continue reading

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Nietzsche in Third Eye Blind

I love finding literary references in popular music, regardless of how obscure the reference or the musician.  In this case, such a reference is from my favorite band, from their sophomore album, Third Eye Blind’s Blue. Towards the end of … Continue reading

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