Vexen Crabtree 2015

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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards


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Vexen Crabtree 2015
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Things I'm working on ATM

I am finishing off an essay on "Arian Christianity (the Father is Greater than the Son)". Arian Christianity was purer and less tainted with paganism that its successor (and made more sense!). But alas, although it was a close call, it was not the Christianity that the Roman Empire was to give the world! My page laments its demise under the ruthless hammer of Nicene/Cappadocian Christianity.

  • Everyday Thinking Errors, about how our cognitive functions mistakenly create patterns from ambiguous data, and about social psychology results in inaccurate beliefs about patterns in the world.

  • Gnosticism - a page on ancient gnosticism religion... probably not for this year though.

  • International Citizens?? Something to do with globalisation, global citizens' pressure groups, the internet, potential world government, anti-nationalism, and stuff.

  • Zombies: Necromancy; a page about the necromancers found in zombie films. Need time to re-watch some films.

  • World Government (nearly finished).

  • Obesity - on permanent hold ATM. About the medical and personal costs of obesity and its prevalence. Have lost sight of why I was doing this page.

  • Seculariation Rates (religion). A collection of stats examining the progress of secularisation in the West, and its challenges and reverses.

  • Neophobia - the fear of the new!

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Hi Vexen,

keep searching for the TRUTH, the truth is out there. Keep up the good work. All the topics are great. Wow you have a lot of topics. Deep, hope you have fun writing about them.
Also what is ATM?

You really are a hero and very brave for being there in the middle east desert. May you have a speedily and safe return home with your wife and all the best regards.

take care,
camelia

ATM = At The Moment.

Thanks again for your comments.

..dear Vexen, could i read some of these essays online, if so where?
Thanks

Re: Great topics...

They are not finished yet! They exist only as notes, on my notes database (called Ziggy).

When I put them online, I will post links in my LJ!

Oh thank you, I figured out.
That said I really enjoy reading nearly all of your articles and essays found on your website, great!

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Thomas Kida, yeah I recognize his name, I reckon his book is on my Amazon.co.uk wishlist. Other guys (Francis Bacon, Friedrich Nietzsche) have produced papers/texts on "thinking errors". I want to give all of them a mention.

Gnosticism... can't touch that whilst out here 'cos I don't have any notes or books on it here, except for some stuff from T. Freke & P. Gandy.

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