Naturalistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: October 2011


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This Sunday 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…

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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.        DT Strain has been a mover-and-shaker in the world of Spiritual Humanism.  Now, he’s planning…

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What are your top three most-valued elements of Humanistic Paganism?

Thing on Thursday #2 Evolution happens.  This site began with a statement of principles called the Fourfold Path, but Humanistic Paganism has evolved quite a bit since then.  Now it’s high time to revisit the basics. The goal here is…

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

image enhanced from Education by Louis Comfort Tiffany How do you keep myth from becoming dogma?  Heather Wiech suggests it takes both science and religion.  –  B. T. Newberg Joseph Campbell said that religion is supposed to give meaning to…

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Upcoming work

This Sunday New author Heather Wiech asserts that myth is a symbolic language, and to avoid dogma we must keep inquiry alive. Science vs. religion: Mythology is poetry, not prose, by Heather Wiech Appearing October 2nd on Humanistic Paganism. Thing…

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