Naturalistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: July 2015


“The Feminine and Masculine Principle in Modern Paganism, a Non-Theist Perspective” by Silverspear

To the atheist Pagan, however, the issue of gender in “spiritual” matters should be irrelevant because Ultimate Reality transcends biological differences. This does not mean that, in dispensing with god and goddess concepts, the atheist Pagan also dispenses with, for lack of better terms, feminine and masculine energies.

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Malala Day: “Girl Rising”

Today is the 18th birthday of Malala Yousafzai.  It also marks “Malala Day”, an education awareness event.

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“Feminism and the Future of Religion, Part 2” by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D.

As women take seriously their lived experience, a notion of deity separate from the cycles and rhythms of physical being recedes, and the necessity of knowing and celebrating the Larger Rhythms of which one is a part arises.

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“Feminism and the Future of Religion, Part 1” by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D.

It is in the realm of myth, image and symbol that feminists in religion find the bulk of their work – in the diluting and relativizing of patriarchal/dominator notions, stories and images; and then in the offering of alternatives.

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“Paganism and Motherhood” by Trellia

What does Paganism have to say about becoming a mother?

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