Fault Lines: A Review

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Gus DiZerega is a scholar and blogger - in fact, he writes regularly here at Patheos Pagan! His most recent book is Fault Lines: The Sixties, the Culture War, and the Return of the Divine Feminine. I've spent most of my advanced academic career studying the Divine Feminine in one form or another, so I was interested in what a smart, Pagan scholar would have to say about this topic. I am disappointed to report that this book is underwhelming.DiZerega spends most of the book detailing how … [Read more...]

Maxim Monday: Vote

I didn't double-check, but I'm pretty sure this isn't a Delphic Maxim. Democracy comes from the Greeks, even if only the non-slave males were given the opportunity to vote. The Unites States doesn't have a direct democracy, which really only functions best among thousands of people. But we do have democracy, and I'm a fan of it. I don't use this blog for my political thoughts (although you can be certain I have many). Doing our civic duty is an ancient pagan value and so I'm using today's post … [Read more...]


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