Saturday, January 30, 2010

Episode 15: Inciting An Academic Riot

Episode 15 of Inciting A Riot: the Podcast. This is my apology to you listeners who have had to listen to recent shows that merely showcased my opinion and not any new or challenging research. In that light I'm presenting two research articles that I've written for both our sociology segment and our spirituality segment. Make sure to keep your thinking caps securely fastened, because we're hitting the ground running.

News: Supreme Court ruling on big business' ability to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns and the California Supreme Court case that may define paganism as a 'second-tier' religion in America.

Word of the Day: collude

Sociology: Part 1 of 5 - Stating the problem of childhood sexuality and intolerance as it relates to education by parents and the school system.

Spirituality: The Cult of Mary and the evolution of Mary as the Goddess. (I know you'll love this one.)

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Fire Lyte! My name's Gwendolyn and I've been listening to your podcast for quite a while now and it has become one of my favorites. I was listening to your latest podcast and had a thought. There's a book that I kept thinking about while you were talking about Mary in the Christian religion that I think you would enjoy. It's called "The Pagan Christ" by Tom Harpur. I have to admit that I only got through half of the book before school got in the way and the due date at the library came around. But, what I did read was very interesting and related to many of the things you were talking about with Mary in this episode and I thought I would share.

    Blessed Be,
    Gwendolyn

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