Tag Archives: Philip Tite

What’s in Your Religion Syllabus?: Philip Tite

This post initially appeared on the author’s blog. In this series with the Bulletin, we ask scholars of religion to share with our readers what’s in their religion syllabus, from a new class or a class they’ve taught for years, … Continue reading

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Gnostic Experiences and Attachment Parenting

Editor’s Note: In the recent issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, Stephen Bush offers an essay entitled, “The Philosophy of Religious Experience and the Nag Hammadi Texts: A Response to Kaler and Tite.” In this blog, Bush outlines his … Continue reading

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Beer, “Myth” and Canadian Identity

by Matt Sheedy In a recent post, Philip Tite looked at the use of “myth” via images of (mostly) Norse and Greco-Roman gods appearing on the labels of beer bottles. As Tite observes: The products serve as venues for defining … Continue reading

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