Day: May 5, 2020

Journal of Religion and Society

Journal of Religion and Society

ISSN: 1522-5658

Journal of Religion & Society



Religion and Justice [ Supplement 21 ]

Edited by Ronald A. Simkins and Zachary B. Smith, Creighton University


Sports Chaplaincy in Women’s International Soccer Pastoral: Care, Emotional Wellbeing, and Holistic Support

Angy King, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Andrew Parker, University of Gloucestershire, UK

Brian Hemmings, Northampton, UK

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Listening to Gay Prayers: An Analysis of Prayers from an LGBTQ Church

William D. Young, University of Texas at Austin

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John A. Ryan and the American Eugenics Society: A Model for Christian Engagement in the Age of “Consumer Eugenics”

Charles McDaniel, Baylor University

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How to Prevent Burnout and Improve Performance? The Role of Perceived Autonomy and Spirituality

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Lake County Florida Government




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Netflix ‘The Society’ Fan Theories

[Warning: Spoilers for season 1 of Netflix’s The Society, ahead.]

If you’ve already binge-watched Netflix’s new show The Society, you’ve probably got *a LOT* of questions. Don’t worry—we do too. Some things are certain about this new gem of a sci-fi teen dramedy: Grizz (Jack Mulhern) and his ponytail are bae, Campbell (Toby Wallace) is the absolute worst, and that dog is cute AF. But some things aren’t so certain. Where exactly are the kids of New Ham? Do we really know who killed Cassandra (Rachel Keller)?? How bad was the smell, really??? Again, WE NEED ANSWERS. And fans are looking to give them to us. We’ve gathered the best fan theories surrounding this new show, which hopefully will hold you over until season 2.

They are basically recreating the Pied Piper of Hamelin.


The most common fan theory revolves around the similarities between The Society

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7 Things That Are Wrong With Society

Humans are such a complex species. We could not figure out the mind of a human, no matter how hard we tried. Psychology touches on some of the behavioral and thought processes that are experienced by a human, but Psychology will never be completely factual because the human brain is far too complicated. We want the world to be a happy and just place, but unfortunately, it will never be so. Here are some things that are wrong with the world today, and why.

1. Social Media

People can argue that social media has had a positive impact on society economically, and maybe even socially in some cases. Truth is, social media is the worst thing that could have ever happened to us. It is so easy to express our darkest thoughts when we are behind a screen. It is so easy to manipulate people when we put certain stimuli

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