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Sports can be religions but do fans take faith in players too far?
I don’t know if that’ll feel like a misleading post title later on, but it’s a decent question all the same. I was going to write about this story this morning but wasn’t sure I felt like delving into the … Continue reading
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Another reason to separate religion and school..
On the surface, not a big deal. Probably thought they were doing the kids a favour. The favour of saving their souls. A mother is angry about a trip led by the head football coach at Breckinridge County High School. … Continue reading
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Le Panthéon des Canadiens
The arena is their temple, the players are their saviours, and those who worship them pray that the sacrifices made on the ice — of blood, sweat and tears — will lead them to glory. They are the fans of … Continue reading
Posted in religiosity Tagged baseball, belief, Canadian history, education, faith, faith-based delusion, football, hockey, Montreal, religion, sports Comments Off on Le Panthéon des Canadiens