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Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies

Amazon.com will be offering the e-book edition of _Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies_ for $0.99 on Monday 7/1, then at a reduced price of $2.99 for about a week thereafter. [Read more...]

News and Notes – Pagan Theology and Scholarship

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Sacred Lands conference, summer Contemporary Global Paganisms course at Cherry Hill Seminary, and crowdsourcing Pagan theology. [Read more...]

A Community of Scholars

Cherry Hill Seminary

There’s a myth that scholars work alone, but in reality, the best scholarship is collaborative. [Read more...]

A patchwork of ideas: introducing myself

Yvonne Aburrow

I have been a Pagan since 1985, when I realised that there is no external deity outside the universe, controlling it – how could there be when there was so much wrong with the world?I have been a Pagan since 1985, when I realised that there is no external deity outside the universe, controlling it – how could there be when there was so much wrong with the world? I decided that sexuality and the body are sacred. I realised that Nature is full of divinity. And I realised that if the world is going to get any better, it’s up to us to roll up our sleeves and do the work ourselves, not wait for some deity or deities to do it for us. I realised that Nature is full of divinity. And I realised that if the world is going to get any better, it’s up to us to roll up our sleeves and do the work ourselves, not wait for some deity or deities to do it for us. [Read more...]

Yvonne Aburrow Joins “Sermons”; Gender and Sexuality Article

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Yvonne Aburrow joins Sermons from the Mound, plus a new academic article on gender and sexuality in contemporary Paganism. [Read more...]

Announcing Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies

Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies

Contemporary Paganism focuses on practice, often neglecting theology. Yet belief and practice are intertwined. As the religious movement continues to grow, so does the need for intellectual frameworks for practice and ways of approaching the controversial question of belief. [Read more...]


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