Episode 21: Inciting A Really Old Riot

Episode 21 of Inciting A Riot: the Podcast finds us talking about really, really old books. Specifically, we'll be talking about ancient holy texts as opposed to more modern spiritual books.

News: A psychic who claims he's mastered the stock market, a lesbian high schooler who wants to dress in a tuxedo, and a conservative Texan who's trying to hijack the social studies class.

Word of the Day: postulate.

Sociology: Part 5 of 5 of our ongoing discussion about sex education and tolerance in the classroom.

Gripe Department: I revisit last episode's topic, specifically dealing in the need for hate crimes laws.

Spirituality: Age Is Just A Blunder - the age of ancient texts making them more valid. Or not...

We also have the introduction of Project Pagan Enough, which can be found here: http://www.incitingariot.com/p/project-pagan-enough.html

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  1. Well said concerning age and validity! One must balance relevance, facts and information when deciding whether or not a book is good simply because it is old.

  2. Great idea. I have wondered for YEARS if I was the only pagan that had been in the Junior League & was too embarrassed to ask because it didn't seem "pagan enough" to have been in the League. Guess what? I AM PAGAN ENOUGH! woot! I have snagged the PE button & am following you, too. Thanks, luna petunia

  3. Hey FL,

    I've been running behind on my podcast listenage, (new job, trying to fix my own vehicle etc) but I finally got to hear this one today. You made my day reading My comment about hate crime laws. Thank you so much. I also really got your thoughts using A Time To Kill as your example. You make a lot of sense. Anyway, thanks again and I'll no doubt be commenting again.


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