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After a Jewish man dies in 1996, his Catholic friend in Paris makes an unusual request in 2015. Read More

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In the course of human history there have been countless acts of vandalism against priceless works of art. Whether through insanity, religious sanctity, or just plain and simply the personal dislike of a particular piece of art, paintings and sculptures alike have had to bear the brunt of humanity’s thirst… Read More

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Religious rant, after coming across more homo-hatred on Facebook. Read More

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This poem is based on a torn individual who is unable to bare living with the torment he went through as a child. Now, 30 years later, "The Therapy", is him telling of how he was abused as a child and admitting to the torment he endured. The poem is… Read More
This is a piece of commentary I wrote regarding the heated controversy the previous year surrounding the work of artist Mideo Cruz entitled "Poleteismo". While this mostly deals with the Filipino context, it also comments on the nature of art in society in general. I provide a sufficient backgrounder regarding… Read More
This is a short essay I wrote for our class in Social Psychology where I try to discuss the psychological functions of religious icons and imagery. This is written within the context of Filipino religiosity and spirituality, but it can more or less apply to other contexts. Read More
A tale of the Ipogot headhunters of the Northern Philippines, during the Spanish colonial era. Read More

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The Story Of Saint Longinus the Centurion Read More

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Mankind has only two choices after science and technology renders the species utterly obsolete and incapable of survival in the future. One choice compels humanity to submit body and soul to a sinister supernatural civilisation, whilst the other impels mankind to submit to a utopian bioengineering paradigm. The first choice… Read More
This is a short essay that simply defines who I am as a religious person. My beliefs may be different from yours, but I just wanted to get them out there. The purpose of this is to inform you so that you may better understand me as a person. It… Read More

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Chris, a university student in Anchorage, discovers a woman named Anna who isn't what she seems. She's intelligent, charitable, and has an adventurous spirit but beneath the exterior lies a more darker nature. As the murders continue in Anchorage, Chris' suspicion of Anna grows until a confrontation is inevitable. Can… Read More
Monotheistic absolutist aliens bring not peace but the sword to Earth. Secular humanists fight a losing battle against the ruthless and technologically advance alien warlords. Read More

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July 15, 2010

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Something of a rant against corruption or injustice in religion. This won't be to everybody's tast of course but please comment if you like it :) Read More
Religion is what people put their faith in. It causes war, prejudice, seperation. And hope. "The Bible is a book. It's a good book. But it's not the only book." - Inherit The Wind. This is not a perfect story. I focus on people estranging Wicca for its stereotypes while… Read More

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These "Epitaph" poems were inspired and informed by the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate: "Mother Teresa Of Calcutta, India". Hyperlinks to her life story are provided at the end of this posting. Epitaph 6 is for women. Epitaph 7 is intended for men. This was written with complete seriousness.… Read More
These "Epitaph" poems were inspired and informed by the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate: "Mother Teresa Of Calcutta, India". Hyperlinks to her life story are provided at the end of this posting. Epitaph 6 is for women. Epitaph 7 is intended for men. This was written with complete seriousness.… Read More
this is my short story for XStephSteph09X challenge. Enjoy. My book to write a short story on was Twilight (yay!) and my genre is Triller/Suspence ** Non Nobis Domine Sed Nomini Tuo Da Gloriam- Not unto us o Lord, but unto thy name give glory. Read More
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