Racism, Our Lady of Faërie, Narnia and More: My Most Popular Posts Since Joining Patheos Catholic

Racism, Our Lady of Faërie, Narnia and More: My Most Popular Posts Since Joining Patheos Catholic August 5, 2016

David Russell Mosley

Description Deutsch: Eine der Gestalten der Leaves of Southwell, ein Mann, der sich in Zweigen verbirgt. Steinschnitzerei im Chapter House des en:Southwell Minster Date 25 July 2012 Source Own work Author Kuhwert (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Description: Deutsch: Eine der Gestalten der Leaves of Southwell, ein Mann, der sich in Zweigen verbirgt. Steinschnitzerei im Chapter House des en:Southwell Minster; Date 25 July 2012 Source Own work Author Kuhwert (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Ordinary Time
St. Oswald’s Day
The Edge of Elfland
Hudson, New Hampshire

Dear Readers,

I’ve now been with Patheos for over two months and I’m still reeling from how many more of you there are now than there used to be. That my little piece of the Internet garners any attention is still quite a surprise to me. Thanks to all of you I’m working harder on writing you more letters on various and sundry topics. Today, however, I want to take a moment and look back on my time with Patheos, brief as it has been, and share with you the five most popular posts to date.

"The point of view is that studies of mythological claims ( ie: the Bible,the Hindu ..."

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"(Not that I agree with this article.)But knowing and understanding the philosophies and history of ..."

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"Maybe we need to stoo being racist against our own ancestors. What if it is ..."

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""I want the benefits of a homogenous society that honors a worldview maintained for nearly ..."

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