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On the surface, the book appears more cultural studies than religious studies, but this is in fact the book's greatest strength: the essays force us not only to recognise the persuasiveness of origins narratives, but also to consider how intertwined religion is with the other social institutions.
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Yea, that's me, at three and a half, with two of the many drones my dad's built over the years. The one I'm holding was called “Sodbuster.”

Curious thing, though, is that my dad didn't call them drones. And you likely wouldn't either.

I thought about this the other day when I [...]

Tue, Feb 21, 2017
Source: Culture on the Edge

A whirlwind of political actions and responses has overwhelmed many of us over the past few months in the United States. Almost everyone seems to be outraged about something. Some are outraged at Trump's attempt to ban people from entering the US, his cabinet and staff selections, and various other [...]

Thu, Feb 16, 2017
Source: Culture on the Edge

By Ian Alexander Cuthbertson

Poutine, a delicious mess of french fries, cheese curds, and gravy, has recently been described as Canada's national dish. Given poutine's origins in rural Québec, these claims shed light on the tensions at play in the ongoing construction of Canadian identity.

Poutine's [...]

Tue, Feb 14, 2017
Source: Culture on the Edge