Rev. Andrea Favro shares with the assembled Dudeocracy the Dudeist version of the best-selling book “The Secret.” Only we don’t need any mystical mumbo jumbo to control the universe. Once we’re privy to our subconscious shit we can control ourselves. Far out, man. Or Far in, rather.
Dudeism is at the creamy center of many an established religion. We’ve already revealed this in The Dudes Prayer and in the Tao Dude Ching. Rev. Bradley Ducak provides a new revelation: The Dudeist version of Psalm 23 in the Bible. The Dude is our shepherd, man…and we take comfort in that.
Rev. Aidan Tolhurst bowls us over with this thoughtful look at what makes bowling such a sacred sport, perhaps the most Dudeist sport in the known dudeiverse. Taking elements of the holy game as his cues, Rev. Tolhurst shows how the rules to bowl by can be the rules to live by as well. After all, this isn’t ‘Nam.
Following the laws of yin-yang, as Dudeism expands, so do the Anti-Dudes. While most people out there seem to dig the easygoing Dudeist way of life, there are some — it is called undudeness — who cannot take it easy in the true sense of the word. Rev. Andrea Favro takes a look and offers some explanations.
Too many critics see films like The Big Lebowski as somehow pandering to an audience uncomfortable with the female formula. Our roving reporter Chalupa stands up for the feminist-friendly among us Dudeists.
Halledudeyeah! Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey serves up a “Sermon from the Sofa” so durn innarestin’ it’ll make you laugh to beat the band. It’s an extended, thoughtful rumination on movies, religion and the transformative power of a profound tale told well. And he didn’t even use any cuss words, either.
Rev. Hugh Slesinger shows us how to catch ourselves further on down the trail on the paths of our lives — by kidnapping ourselves. Hasn’t that ever occurred to you man…sir? Rev. Hugh shows us how to find a trophy life, in the parlance of our times. Help is choppering out…
Reverend Bradley Ducak takes to the overstuffed altar to deliver a sermon of good news to good dudes. How do we spread the Dudeist ethos without coming across as uptight assholes? Rev. Bradley shows us how: by slouching the slouch.
The Dudely Lama addresses an important issue – the role of women in Dudeism. Too many folks are unaware that “dude” refers nowadays to both men and women. Moreover, we look into some of the specific challenges facing female dudes and why Dudeism and feminism would make great friends. Might even help each other conceive.
In this first Sermon, The Dudely Lama extols the sacred virtues of the modern couch. It is both the altar and the pew of The Church of the Latter Day Dude. In many cases it’s also the kitchen, shrine and confessional chamber.