Tag Archives: traditions of the world

The Christian Easter Bunny

by John Greene “I’m just a cute bunny. Don’t know about where I came from, or why I’m the center of so much attention this time of year. I didn’t know I was Christian either. But what possible harm could … Continue reading

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Paradosis: Teaching or Tradition?

by John Greene It’s annoying really – why so many intelligent people continually and intentionally misrepresent the meaning of things, even down to a word. Make no mistake, there is always a reason, and you shouldn’t be surprised. The world … Continue reading

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