Tribe Search: mystics
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Here’s a listing of all the stuff on the Freak nation site that might be of interest to the Mystics:
- Atheists “Versus” Believers? (Opinion/Editorial Piece)
The atheists, the rationalists, and the Brights are pissed off, and they’re fighting back against the forces of “Intelligent Design”, public prayer, and superstition. But they’re in real danger of going too far, and the freak community itself could easily become fragmented over issues of faith and belief. Skeptics and mystics can easily remain allies, if they realize that the important thing isn’t what you believe, but what you think should happen to people who disagree with you. An editorial by FN Webmaster Kai MacTane.
- No Excuse for Environmental Destruction (Opinion/Editorial Piece)
In the wake of new UK research showing that the Earth’s environment can recover from episodes of global warming, we’re likely to see Bush Administration pro-industry statements that there’s no need to rein in production of greenhouse gases. But would an environmental correction really solve our problems?
- Poll Analysis: Your Religion(s) (Article)
A brief analysis of the results of Freak Nation’s “What religion(s) are you?” poll, examining the surprising and not-so-surprising aspects of the poll numbers. By Kai MacTane.
- ...And (Whoever) Makes Three (Advice Column)
How many people can you politely bring as guests to a friend’s handfasting? And how can you find out if a prospective partner has an STD?
- The Bride Wore Black Leather (Advice Column)
Who better to review Drew Campbell’s “etiquette gude for the rest of us”, The Bride Wore Black Leather (And He Looked Fabulous!) than Freak Nation’s own advice and etiquette columnist, Ms. Alternative? (The short story is, Campbell’s book is fabulous, too.)
- The Freak Nation Manifesto (Site Information)
Statement of purpose for Freak Nation, and description of the seven major freak tribes that make up our nation.
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