Naturalistic Pagans, Jungians, and Polytheists, O my!

1.  B.T. Newberg has published a fascinating breakdown of the Naturalistic Pagan Community: Jungians, cognitive-evolutionary types, Pantheists, Cosmic types (Sagan’s Pagans), cultural/philosophical types, environmental types, and other atheists/agnostics.  I’ve recently been educated a little about the diversity of the Polytheistic community when I wrongly assumed that all Polytheists approach their gods in the same way.  It’s a useful reminder that Naturalistic Pagans are just as diverse.

2.  Over at PaganSquare, I just published a response, from a Jungian perspective, to P. Sufenas Virius Lupus’ call for a return to the Polytheistic gods.

3.  I’ve updated my collection of links related to the most recent Pagan-Polytheist controversy.

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""petty and defensive"?: "Are you foolish enough to think christianity is the elder?""

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"Attack? This isn't my faith :)Is it yours? You come accross more christian....petty and defensive."

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  • Thanks for the shout-out. I’d be interested to here if you have any criticisms, like any types I may have forgotten. 🙂

  • I’m curious about how you see Pantheists fitting into the Naturalistic Pagans world. Being as how that belief system expressly acknowledges a divine power? How then do they get put in a group which also includes atheists, secularists, etc?