FLATUS Show 42 - Rousseau and Judas
In this episode: This episode is about modernity, faith and translation. First I give a Brenda Starr update. You know she is a modern gal that we should all try to emulate. Brenda is ethical, smart, resourceful and fun. I continue by reading a passage from Rousseau's Confessions, in two translations. You will hear how different they are and this leads me to the Gospel of Judas. After 1600 years, this poignant work is revealed. God only knows how any of it survived, but I am glad it did. Gooooooo!! Judas!!. You know there is more than one way to skin a cat and this also applies to thinking. I don't mention it in the show but try Hesse's Demian as a Gnostic primer. I finish with a flourish by presenting zombie resurrections. This and more.
The Flatus Show 42
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