Naturalistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: May 2015

“Are the Gods Natural?” by B. T. Newberg

Paganism is supposedly nature religion. Our gods ought to be natural, right? We claim so. But until we can feel the gods in nature without making them supernatural, that claim remains in jeopardy.

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“A Sticky, Sweaty, Complicated Mess (That Nearly Everyone Wants)” by Mark Green [An Atheopagan Life]

Unlike the guilt and shame and giggly self-consciousness associated with sexual desire and behavior by Abrahamic faiths, Paganism embraces the body as sacred and sex as a holy and pleasurable adult activity, not necessarily limited to monogamous relationships, but rather allowed by whatever the participants in those relationships decide is acceptable under their agreed rules.

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“10,000 Pagans Raise Their Voices For Environmental Action”: Help make this a reality

Help us get 10,000 signatures for “A Pagan Community Statement on the Environment” by Summer Solstice this year when the Pope’s environmental encyclical will be published.

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HP Pride: Meet Debra Macleod

Debra Macleod, B.A., LL.B. is a couples and family mediator, a top-selling marriage author-expert and a popular resource for major media in North America. She is the leading proponent of the New Vesta tradition and order. Her New Vesta book series and Add a Spark women’s seminars “spread the flame” into modern lives and homes.

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Call for Essays: Non-Theistic Religion

Our theme for the month of May is non theistic religion. Humanistic Pagans may be atheists, pantheists, or even animists.

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