A Few Scattered
Kay F. Gibbs
I am not a Theist, nor am I an Atheist, but lean more toward atheism. I have a question? Is there "genius" in irrational thinking or is rational thinking "genius" at work and how does "rational thinking" affect creativity? One more comment, I read Joseph Campbell's, "Power of Myth". I do not believe the story of "Christ" was a myth, but he was a very real person, turned into a mythological figure, much like Charles Manson. Christ represents an "archetype". Any comments?
Kay F Gibbs
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