wrote a blog post over at dsu.dailyskew.com a couple of days ago that I think would fit in perfectly over here at this new Dream Seeker: Abstract Interpretation book. Check it out:
Recently, while browsing the web, I came across the subject of deep thought provoking questions. It made me think of the Dream Seeker: Return of Joshua, Chapter 1, which I recently read for an audiobook we’re producing here at the DailySkew.
Anyway, here are some random deep thought provoking questions related to what I read:
- When did society begin to lose their fear of Satan?
- When did society go soft on the concept of eternal damnation?
- In Return of Joshua, it’s suggested that this loss of fear towards Satan is a phenomenon in developed countries like the United States, and that the Icon for religious evil, as depicted in the book by the character Ty Strong, survives through the faith of people in third world countries. Is the loss of fear of religious evil archetypes limited to developed countries in our time? Why or why not?
- In Return of Joshua, the chain bookstore is called Boundaries, which is a parody of the name Borders. Who was the marketing genius that came up with the name Borders for a bookstore, anyway?
- What work has more spiritual value: A Course In Miracles or Dante’s Inferno?
We’ll keep you up to date on the progress of the Return of Joshua audiobook, as well as other Dream Seeker literary projects.
Okay. And also, be sure to check out dsu.dailyskew.com for dream journal entries from Tony Vahl and Damian Hospital, as well as news on upcoming Dream Seeker projects.
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