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Posts tagged "Adam and Eve"


The Conflict Between Love and Self-sufficiency: Life After “the Fall”

On the Negative Side, Pain and Toil, but on the Positive Side, Reminders of that We are not Self-Sufficient

Another Week Ends: Edenic Parenting, Stryper Envy, Miscarriage Stigma, Imposter Syndrome, Clergy Burnout, and Raised By Wolves

1. Lord Almighty, what a week. Feels like we could all use a good laugh right now, and thankfully, McSweeney’s delivered a masterpiece in Audrey Burges’s “On the Seventh Day, God Created Parenting, and Then Parenting Created Coffee“: In the beginning, when God created the heavens and the earth in just six days, the seventh […]

Shame in the Time of Choosing Your Zoom Background Precisely

On “the Brittle Aesthetic Rules of Authority”

A Mockingbird Guide to A Separate Peace: Chapters 1-4

The Tree of Knowledge and Damnation, SSSotSS, and Friendship and Betrayal

Comedians in Cars Talking About Death

This one comes to us from Juliette Alvey. Anytime I hear someone speak positively about death or not fearing death, my ears perk up. I am not one of those people. I am scared to death to die. So when Jerry Seinfeld had a conversation with John Mulaney on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and predicted […]

With Humanity Comes Flaws: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Everything you’ve heard about Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is true. The movie is visually stunning, it’s exciting from start to finish, the special effects are some of the best I have ever seen, and…the movie is an amazing commentary on the flaws of humanity. According to a recent article over at the New York […]