This essay is among the more popular on this site. It outlines the principle of the Lord-victim. Job who at the beginning of the story was God’s preferred character, is suddenly and for no reason, cast out of favor. Our hero who once at the top of system that he controlled is now an outcast and rejected from that world. As a pariah, he sees the system as an outsider and is able to perceive the whole reality of lordship and victim.
In terms of the religious studies, Exodus is perhaps the most invaluable text that describes the birth a religion: The story of a leader without a kingdom and a people in search of the Promised Land.
An outlined of basic concepts of God in the Old Testament.
A mythical exploration on the meaning of creation disclosing obscure goddess symbols in Genesis II, followed by a discourse on the drama of the fall of Adam and Eve.
The Holy Trinity as a dynamic interaction between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. This dynamic triad also relates to a spiritual synergy between the sacred, the profane and the wholly other.
Additional inquest into the nature and identity of the Holy Spirit and the profane reality of the Mother of God.
Attempts to reveal the essence of the most elusive person of the Holy Trinity, the nurturing Giver of Life.
A portrait of Jesus in terms of whom he chose to share his presence with; the outcasts and the powerless. Paying the price for his love of God and his followers. This love was seen as threat to the established order by ignoring the religious and political authority.
A tribute to a scholar and visionary mystic who predicted the advent of the noosphere we call today the World Wide Web, as well as additional definitions and clarifications about some of his ideas.
A step by step re-enactment of the building and inauguration of the giant obelisk. The erection of the Washington National Monument stands as a visible sign that celebrates the mythical foundation of its founding Father, revealing in the process how myth and politics blend-in together to generate an ideological consolidation of power.