Tag Archives: guilt

“is it true that people who go to church have better sex lives”

The question turned up in the list of search engine terms that can lead to my blog. Looks like it connected with the post I wrote about a church whose pastor was keen on encouraging sex between married couples to … Continue reading

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“Is it worth spending $1.99 to clear your conscience?”

That’s the question Nicole Brodeur asks about confessional apps. She downloaded one to see what it was like, thus saving me the trouble. The app, called “the perfect aid for every penitent,” includes a personalized examination of conscience, a step-by-step … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about sex, baby…

Sex and religion, actually. Yeah, I know. Kinky. I’ll do this via two different articles, one from the Huffington Post, and the other being Asia Times Online. Let’s tackle Roger Friedland (Professor of Religion and Cultural Sociology, U of Cali, … Continue reading

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