Anubis: Protector of the Dead

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Posted on: Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Anubis is a god that oversees the dead in Egyptian myths. He takes the form of a jackal. The jackal is an animal that looks like a dog with an elongated snout. He holds a distinguished septre in his hand. This is common among Egyptian gods and royalty. In some carvings, he is depicted as […]


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Encounter at the Library

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Posted on: Sunday, February 11th, 2018

A nearby Library was working on rebuilding the second floor. To make room for this renovation, they were clearing out their shelves. They had a variety of books for a low price, so I decided to come in and browse through them. When I walked in, the library looked quite empty. The only exception being […]


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Bastet: The drunken kitty goddess.

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Posted on: Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Bastet A lioness stalks her prey to defend her master. She bounds from branch to branch. Her long claws gleam in the light of the moon as they chip away the bark from the trees. She sees a tail move in the grass. Making her way closer to the edge of the water, she analyzes […]


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Episode 14: Hospital voodoo, and healthcare blues

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Posted on: Saturday, November 4th, 2017

For those who do not know I was in the hospital with cellulitis, and the beginning stages of sepsis. That put a delay on getting my next few podcasts out. Now before I get into the story of what happened in the hospital, I came to a realization this summer. It is going to be […]


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Episode #13 Secular Society, and a surprise happy ending

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Posted on: Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

In this weeks episode we discuss the state of the country right now. The divisiveness, and hatred that is going around is very disturbing. We have been in a this game of us and them and moving toward a state of chaos, rather than harmony.  I know that when we label ourselves or others we […]


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Episode #12 Secular Sunday School, Biblical marriage

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Posted on: Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Secular Ethos Episode # 12 Secular Sunday School With all of the attacks on the LGBT community from politicians and religious leaders, it is not surprising that they can draw a straight line to a passage from their holy books to condemn them. They especially seem to have a serious problem with gay marriage. Many […]


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Episode # 11 Teen Suicide, and broken heroes.

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Posted on: Sunday, May 21st, 2017

This episode I am going to do something unpopular. I am going to discuss teen suicide. I am doing this for a variety of reasons. First I feel this is a very important issue, and I have personal experiences that are relevant. In doing this episode I am hoping to not only help any of […]


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Episode #10 Secular Sunday School-This week at bible club: Donkey genitals and horse emissions

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Posted on: Monday, May 15th, 2017

  Secular Ethos Episode 10 _ Secular Sunday School edition Localmemphis.com headline: ’Parents Angry Altruria Elementary Bible Club Was Shut Down After Complaint By Atheist Group’ This story is about the Altruria Elementary school in Bartlet Tennessee having a bible club in the mornings. I do not know a whole lot of the details in […]


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Episode #9 Acupuncture babies, and Trump’s bad at cover ups.

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Posted on: Saturday, May 13th, 2017

  Episode # 9 show notes:     This weeks episode is shorter than some of the rest. I had a full episode available for this week, but I decided to delay it for another week. I did this because the subject matter is very heavy. I had planned on addressing the recent suicides in […]


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Episode #8- Secular Sunday School edition: terms and definitions

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Posted on: Sunday, May 7th, 2017

Secular Sunday School first episode: As this is the first episode of Secular Sunday School, I find it important to establish a vocabulary. The reason I want to do this is to go over some of these tricky terms that people often use in various ways. Such as the term atheist, this term ( or […]


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