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PaganNewsBeagle Airy Monday March 16

In today's Airy Monday, we've got challenges to patriarchal (Catholic) theology; religion vs. academia; Iron Age clothing; Romans in Japan; Ireland before St. Patrick.

As Pagan theologies grapple with our ever-changing world, it can be helpful to note that we aren't alone: this article describes four new fields of study (post-colonial, queer, feminist, and eco-thealogy) are impacting Roman Catholic scholarship.

Why is academia so hostile to religion? (Or is it?) This Salon article examines the fraught relationship between religious belief and intellectualism -- admittedly, from a generally anti-religious point of view -- but with some good questions, nonetheless.

Wondering what Iron Age people wore? There's a whole field of history/archaeology dedicated to finding out.

How wide did ancient peoples trade? Apparently, Roman traders went all the way to Japan, as evidenced by this recent find.

This National Geographic story on ancient Ireland asks "what was Ireland like before St Patrick?"

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