Immanent Televised Arrest of Conspirators…

Next week’s Sociology of Religion conference at the University of Chester features the panel I have organised on Religion and Conspiracy Theories. This panel is the first of its kind, as far as I’m aware, and the four papers being presented are about a third of those proposed but couldn’t attend for whatever reason. One of the panellists, Kevin Whitesides, sent me this video as an example of what we’re talking about, and frankly, it’s a perfect example.

I’d like to tell you more about the papers but frankly, I’m exhausted and the main impetus behind this post was that I haven’t had time to do a proper post in months. Give me a couple of weeks…

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