The first review of Godless Paganism has been published!

Scholastic Paganism has posted the first review of Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans. If you’re wondering whether you should purchase a copy, check out the review here. It’s not unequivocally positive, but it is laudatory and insightful. Here are some excerpts: [Read more…]

Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans is now available for sale!

While many Pagans today believe in literal gods, there are a growing number of Pagans who are “godless.” Today, the diverse assemblage of spiritual paths known as Paganism includes atheist Pagans or Atheopagans, Human- istic and Naturalistic Pagans, Buddho-Pagans, animists, pantheists, Gaians, and other non-theistic Pagans. Here for the first time, their voices are gathered together to share what it means to be Pagan and godless. [Read more…]

Reserve Your Copy of “Godless Paganism” and Support the Wild Hunt!

You can still reserve your copy of “Godless Paganism” and take advantage of the other perks. All profits over and above our funding goal will go to The Wild Hunt’s fall funding campaign! [Read more…]

Help Us Publish “Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans”

Help raise the voices of atheist, humanist, naturalist, animist, pantheist, and Gaian Pagans. We are gathering writings of atheist and other non-theistic Pagans for publication of the first ever book by and about non-theistic Pagans. [Read more…]

We’re not all Amy B.: Meet some other non-theistic Pagans

When saw that Jason Mankey interviewed atheist Pagan Amy B. at Raising the Horns, I was first excited, and then horrified.  Personally, I tend to avoid the label “atheist Pagan” for the same reason that many non-theists avoid the term “atheist”.  I’ve seen “atheist Pagan” used closely with “secular Pagan”, which does not describe me [Read More…]

The dirty words we use to describe each other

Some time ago, I heard a story on NPR’s “This American Life”, about a guy who lost a friend when the friend found out that he had voted for Obama. The friend had called him a “socialist”. Of course, he didn’t think of himself as a socialist, but was left feeling that he had been [Read More…]


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