#15 - The Myth of Sin (Kabbalistic Mystic)
In this episode Ovadya joins forces with a two additional religious refugees - a former catholic girl and a man who grew up Mormon - to explores the idea of Sin. What does it mean to sin, what constitute as sin according to various perspectives, and how this ancient scholastic occult concept was misunderstood as "a transgression of God's will for which one might be punished". Ovadya also explains the idea behind each one of the "7 deadly sins" and how they turned to be a fertile soil for guilt, shame and various dogmatic forces.
Lee Rosevere, I’m Going for a Coffee, and Under Suspicion (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/)
Andy Rumsey, Dearly (www.andyrumsey.com)
In/Out music produced by Ovadya Batat, created by Todd Milne (www.milnesounds.com)
The Bible, from the “The Book of Mormons” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEj8LqTMIhY)
Movie bit: Al Pachino in Devil’s advocate
Special thanks to Diane Sherman and Andy Rumsey