Pagan Interfaith Work through the Foundation for Religious Diplomacy

David Dashifen Kees

Guest post from David Dashifen Kees. The Foundation for Religious Diplomacy is an organization dedicated to the respectful exploration of religious differences. Kees has been working with other Pagans as well as with John Morehead to investigate the feasibility of a Pagan chapter, and you can help. [Read more...]

Gateway Goddess: Seeking God, Found by Goddess (Why I Am Pagan)

Inanna

When I was a child, I wondered why God had stopped talking to people in the cool of the evening, as we walked together through lovely gardens. Years later, in a guided meditation, I found myself in a beautiful garden. A glowing female form approached and embraced me. Who was She? [Read more...]

Gateway Goddess: Interfaith Family Ties Blossom from Ostara to Easter

Easter Dress

Why do I have an Easter dress? Why, after years of brunch-only celebrations with my own family, am I actually going to attend services? The answer: Love. [Read more...]

Making Light: OMGs! Cultural Appropriation!

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Before you lift the “cultural appropriation” finger at me and shame my annual matzoh habit, I want to ask: how is the incorporation of Jewish practice any different than worshiping the gods of Olympos? [Read more...]

Standing as Pagans, In Yana’s Name

T. Thorn Coyle

T. Thorn Coyle writes: A Pagan in Syria is dead, ripped apart by political and religious zeal, raped and tortured by intolerance. Her name was Yana. [Read more...]

Making Light: Interfaith 2 – Electric Boogaloo

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In our Women of Faith group, we try to understand the differences among us in order to see, feel, and appreciate the sameness within us. Also, we have T-shirts. [Read more...]

A Question of Judeo-Pagan Values

Sabbath Queen

I’m not suggesting that Judaism is a kind of Paganism. What I am suggesting is that Pagan relations with religions outside of the Pagan umbrella are important, and they can’t all be negative. Pagans and Orthodox Jews have more in common than either probably realize. [Read more...]


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