Two Alternative Perspectives on Easter

Both interesting.

Whether or not the supremely iconic man known as “Jesus of Nazareth” actually lived in the flesh almost doesn’t matter. It’s what civilization has done with his supposedly storied life that we need to contemplate. Imagine: worshipping someone because he “died on a cross for our sins.” What sins? Who says we are sinners? And “original sin”? Are they joking? They must be joking.

Via zengardner.

Here’s a new Lisa Renee post that links the Easter celebration to its synchronous conjunction with this week’s rare Grand Cardinal Cross. As ever, I have trouble understanding some of her esoteric language, but much of it makes enormous sense.

Via shiftfrequency.

Deconstruction of the Cross




About Ann Kreilkamp

PhD Philosophy, 1972. Rogue philosopher ever since.
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0 Responses to Two Alternative Perspectives on Easter

  1. Yeah! I love how you think and it makes me smile early in the morning! Keep up the flow! 🙂

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