Naturalistic Paganism

Category: belief


“My beliefs” by MortalCrow

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with MortalCrow’s story of the influence of an archetypal dream spirit on her life. I have never believed in “God” in the traditional sense. This is because the traditional definition was wrong for…

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The Pagan Atheist, by Nick Ace Westward

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with Nick Ace Westward.  This originally appeared at skeptophile.com. It’s only after reading a post at skepchick.org that I really felt like I’ve got my own personal beliefs straight in my own head; in it, Judaism…

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“My heretical Wiccan beliefs” by Merlyn

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with Merlyn, who talks about bridging left-brain rationality and right-brain mysticism.  As always, please remember that not all contributors necessarily identify with HumanisticPaganism or share the views expressed elsewhere on this site. One reason I like Wicca…

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Stages of (My) Faith, a review by John Halstead

Understanding James Fowler’s stages of human spiritual development helped me make peace with my religious past and also gave me an inkling of what I wanted to move toward spiritually.

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Practice begets belief: An interview with Rev. Michael J Dangler, Druid

Winterviews continues!  From the Solstice (Dec. 21st) till the next Cross-quarter (Feb. 4th), we’re bringing you non-stop interviews and other goodies from big-name authors.  Mark your calendar! Dr. Glenys Livingstone, author of PaGaian Cosmology – Dec. 21 Dr. Chet Raymo,…

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