Yes, and Gods, Part 2: To Be Human Is To Be Divine, But Not Necessarily Vice Versa

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When I say that ritual is sometimes too focused on the people involved (and people, period) to its detriment, I am not talking about disdain for humanity. I’m more talking about the fact that we live in a speaking, complex, multilayered world, vast and mysterious. And as fascinating as human beings are, we are only a tiny tiny fraction of it. [Read more...]

Yes, and Gods, part 1 (with Cicero)

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Recently a discussion of the nature of the Gods and how Pagans relate to them has broken out. The Pagans of antiquity had strangely similar debates; Cicero, for instance, states that there’s such a wide variety of opinion on the subject “even among the wisest” that it’s hardly surprising that people are confused. [Read more...]

Seekers and Guides: Your Mileage May Vary – Embracing Contradictory Truths in the Craft

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The beauty of Wicca is that many contradictory truths can be true at the same time. Sable Aradia examines some of those contradictory truths and suggests how it is that they can all work together. [Read more...]

The Busy Witch: Reviewing SEEKING THE MYSTERY by Christine Hoff Kraemer

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SEEKING THE MYSTERY is an excellent jumping off point for intelligent interfaith dialogue outside of the Pagan community. Kraemer’s straightforward writing style, coupled with extensive research and a wide range of perspectives, creates an accessible text for anyone with an interest in modern religious practice. [Read more...]

What’s New at Patheos Pagan (July 2013)

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New blogs and columns at Patheos Pagan! Syncretic Pagan theology, Pagans and interfaith, Jungian Paganism, reconstructionist mysticism, domestic spirituality, and more. [Read more...]

What’s New at Patheos Pagan (Dec. 2012)

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New Pagan blogs, a new Pagan ebook from Patheos Press, calls for contributors, Patheos Pagan at PantheaCon, and more! [Read more...]


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