Naturalistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: July 2011


Being human when surrounded by Greek gods, by M. J. Lee

I see the gods – the names, images, stories – as the poetic encapsulation of our human experience, our relationship with the ineffable forces that shape human life. While this makes the gods no thing, it does not make them nothing. I see the gods as representing very real, powerful, even dangerous forces. I believe the gods are real. It doesn’t matter what we call them or don’t call them. They are real and dangerous, and we will contend with them.

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This Sunday Tomorrow, M. J. Lee takes us all the way back to the ancient Greeks.  She explores humanism in Greek tragedy in her insightful essay “Being human while surrounded by Greek gods.”  Read it tomorrow here on Humanistic Paganism!…

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Spirituality without religion: An interview with Drew Jacob

image enhanced from original by Robb North This week we talk to Drew Jacob, author of the blog Rogue Priest and the new ebook, Walk Like a God: How to Have Powerful Spiritual Moments With No Church and No Dogma. …

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Upcoming work

This Sunday We’ve got a very special interview with up-and-coming author Drew Jacob.  He’s just released the new ebook Walk Like a God: How to Have Spiritual Moments With No Church and No Dogma. Drew addresses his work to both…

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How the universe speaks to me, by Ryan Spellman

photo: Sunwheel, by Ryan Spellman This week, Ryan Spellman shares the story of his journey toward a naturalistic spirituality. A personal narrative of how I got to where I am Throughout my life I have gone through several phases of…

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