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2 February, Martin Horlacher: “For the Love of Mammon”
As is so often the case with Western onomastics, “Mammon” is a name that comes from the canon of Judeo-Christian mythology – in this case, a pejorative term that refers to wealth, money, and the greed-filled pursuit of gain. And yet, despite the admonitions within the canonical and non-canonical Biblical texts, this very mentality is what seems to rule the roost in so much of both religious and secular society today.
9 February, No Meeting
16 February, Carolyn Donnelly: “A sense of community, is it still relevant today? Loss”
23 February, Morandir Armson: “Teaching God to Love – A Pagan Theology from a Left-Hand Perspective”
Many religious systems teach that God is the source of all that is moral, right, and good. But what if God was not so morally high? This talk will examine a system of morality, based on Left-Hand Pagan principles.