Mistakes I’ve made (on both sides): Atheists and Theists under the Big Tent of Paganism

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Theists and atheists have always disagreed and they always will. And that goes for theistic Pagans and atheistic Pagans too. I’ve been on both sides of the argument — which means I’ve made mistakes on both sides. [Read more...]

Wonder and Death: Why only adults can really appreciate nature

My wife and I at Snow Lake

Driving through Glenwood Canyon along the Colorado River, knowing that this beauty existed long before me and will continue to be long after I am gone, fosters in me a sense of gratitude for the brief but magnificent opportunity that is my life. These are experiences that are lost on my children. They are lost on them because they do not yet know how fleeting life is. They do not really know yet that they will someday die. [Read more...]

Pike’s Peak

This past week, I took a trip to Denver for work, and when I was done I drove up to Pike’s Peak.  As is often the case when I travel to a different environment, I felt disoriented and out of place.  That was until I drove out of the city and headed up into the [Read More...]


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