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Posted inGeneral

The Evolving Appeal of Cinderella (LSP #189)

Reading Time: 7 minutes As narratives go, Cinderella has alternated between capturing American women’s imaginations to repelling them, then back again to charming them. Today, Lord Snow Presides over a fairy tale that speaks to how we feel, ultimately, about relationships — and people are examining this age-old love narrative from a modern perspective.

Posted inPolitics

Some More News

Reading Time: < 1 minute I’m sad about Michael Brooks right now, to cheer me up, I’m posting a fairly recent discovery I’ve had: Some More News. It can be incredibly insightful whilst being genuinely funny. Often you can miss some really big references and points because they come thick and fast. I have such a big back catalogue to […]

Posted inUncategorized

In Search of the TRUE CHRISTIANS™

Reading Time: 11 minutes Last time we met up, we explored the authoritarian urge to control how people use language. Today, we dive into a specific example of that urge. One of the biggest power plays in the religion is occurring right now as we speak, and it concerns who exactly gets to define what a TRUE CHRISTIAN™ is. […]

Posted inReligion

Christianity’s Evangelicalism Problem (LSP #42)

Reading Time: 8 minutes Leia knew that controllers only speak one language, that of control. That, literally, is what they seek and what they try their best to maintain. When problems arise, they always involve threats to their control. And solutions always look to them like finding more–and more effective–means of control.

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