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Changing Symbols and the Swastika

* This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge: Studies in Identity Formation blog. by Steven Ramey Symbols serve as a significant way to express identity within society. Crosses generally identify someone as a Christian, a hammer and … Continue reading

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Commands of the Blood

By Kate Daley-Bailey At the subconscious level, whether in cult or in life, man obeys the commands of the blood, as if in dreams or, according to natural insight, as a happy expression describes this harmony between nature and culture. … Continue reading

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Hitler, Religion, and the Bible

By Philip L. Tite In her recent blog on “The Curious Case of Gerhard Kittel,” Kate Daley-Bailey offers an important overview of the involvement of biblical scholars in promoting Nazi Germany’s anti-Jewish policies. Kate’s blog has inspired me to write … Continue reading

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