Naturalistic Paganism


Year One: A Year of Humanistic Paganism – ebook

Here it is! – an anthology of all our published works to date, organized into one coherent presentation. Yet this is much more than just an anthology.  Exclusive new material lays out HP’s mission and vision, survey data brings the…

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Love and the Ghosts of Mount Kinabalu – ebook

“eloquent and absolutely unpretentious” “Newberg’s prose [stories] have a particular beauty all of their own” “should be required reading for anyone going to Southeast Asia seeking more than a beach vacation or three weeks of drunkenness” – Southeast Asia Travel…

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Encounters in Nature: A book review by Drew Jacob

In the interest of full disclosure, I should open this review by admitting some bias. I’m one of the three people featured in Encounters in Nature, and as such I have warm feelings about it. However, I do not receive any…

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Saving the marriage of science and myth

– by B. T. Newberg Marriage is hard.  Zeus and Hera were constantly bickering.  Inanna banished her husband Dumuzi to the underworld.  Skadi and Njord couldn’t live together no matter how they tried.  Are all marriages doomed to failure? Humanistic…

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Existential Paganism, by Ian Edwards

Ian Edwards is not naturalistic, but this week he explores what those who follow such paths contribute to the Pagan community. Most followers of Paganism follow it as their preferred way to connect with the Divine. However there are a…

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