Gender Issues at HumanisticPaganism.com

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In honor of Malala Yousafzai, the themes for HumanisticPaganism.com the month are individualism, religious tradition, and gender issues. We have a great line up of essays scheduled this month. But there’s still room for more! Send your submissions to humanisticpaganism [at] gmail [dot] com. [Read more...]

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HP Pride: Be Interviewed on HumanisticPaganism.com

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Whether you call yourself an “Atheist Pagan”, “Atheist Witch”, “Pagan Humanist”, “Druid Naturalist”, or none of the above — if you have a love for the myth and ritual of Paganism, but not its supernatural or non-empirical aspects — then we’d like to interview you. [Read more...]

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HumanisticPaganism.com has a new look!

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HumanisticPaganism.com has gotten a facelift.  Among the changes are an informative front page, a handsome look with a fun interface, and new articles about Humanistic Paganism. What is Humanistic Paganism? Humanistic Paganism, also called Naturalistic Paganism, is a unique Pagan orientation for those who are uncomfortable with or skeptical of the supernatural or metaphysical elements [Read More...]

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What is Humanistic/Naturalistic Paganism?

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Humanistic Paganism and Naturalistic Paganism are both terms used to describe a unique Pagan path for those who are uncomfortable with or skeptical of the supernatural or metaphysical elements of contemporary Paganism. It is Paganism that is firmly rooted in the physical world. [Read more...]

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New Post at Humanistic Paganism: “The Mystic Demystified: Making theistic language serve the religious naturalist”

I have a new essay which analyzes how a poem by Don Marquis was modified for inclusion in the Unitarian Universalist hymnal. A comparison of poem and the hymn provides an interesting case study in the how religious naturalists use religious language. [Read more...]

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The baby is the bathwater: Why I haven’t joined the Unitarian church

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It seems to me that, in religious matters, we just can’t throw out the bathwater without throwing out the baby too. Perhaps, in some sense, the baby is the bathwater. Because religion is a human endeavor and we humans are mixed bag, it seems there is no separating the good and the bad — at least not entirely. I wonder if it’s really possible to have the enthusiasm, the passion, and self-transcendence without at least risking dogmatism, literalism, and intolerance. [Read more...]

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