Blasphemy for the Day: Primitive Superstition and Proxy Fundamentalism – Further Reflections on Native American Spirituality

A response to the BBC’s Thought for the DayYou don’t have to be a believer to enjoy a day of rest. Today’s guest post is from Dan Wall, who lives in Barrow, Alaska.

Primitive Superstition and Proxy Fundamentalism: Further Reflections on Native American Spirituality.

4 thoughts on “Blasphemy for the Day: Primitive Superstition and Proxy Fundamentalism – Further Reflections on Native American Spirituality

    • I like the earthy quality of Native American beliefs – it seems to be grounded in the real world, as expressed by spirit animals everyone can relate to. It’s no accident that I bonded so completely with my online avatar. On the other hand, in different circumstances, I’d love to be an otter.

      What’s your animal, Susan?

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