Upcoming work

This Sunday

B. T. Newberg

Is there a place for omenry in a naturalistic spirituality?  B. T. Newberg shares what he saw in the sky on the morning of his wedding day.

Symbols in the sky, by B. T. Newberg

Appearing Sunday, October 9th, on Humanistic Paganism.

Thing on Thursday

Althing in Session, by W. G. Collingwood

Last time, we voted on our top three most important values.  One that came out on top was naturalism.  But there are many kinds of naturalism, so this week’s council will ask:

What does naturalism mean to you?

The conversation continues this Thursday, October 13th, on Humanistic Paganism.

Next Sunday

C Luke Mula

It’s back to basics as C Luke Mula takes a fresh look at the Fourfold Path.  With insightful critique, he advances our understanding of the fundamentals.

Of consequence and wonder: Exploring the “why’s” of Humanistic Paganism, by C Luke Mula

Appearing Sunday, October 16th, on Humanistic Paganism.

I’ve been interviewed!

People are taking note of what we’re doing here.  DT Strain, author of The Humanist Contemplative, interviews your devoted editor about Humanistic Paganism.  Check it out today:

Exploring Humanism and Paganism with B. T. Newberg

Recent Work

Science vs. religion: Mythology is poetry, not prose, by Heather Wiech

Bicycle meditation, by Thomas Schenk

The archetypes are gods: Re-godding the archetypes, by John H. Halstead

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