Faith and Belief

Otter in Alaska, photo by S Chucke (public domain). Pixabay.

Many Pagans will tell you that they do not have faith and belief, because they know by experience that the gods exist. Here they are using the words in their modern sense of ‘assent to a creed’. Other Pagans will quite happily use the words faith and belief, because they mean something different by those words. What is going on? What do the words ‘faith’ and ‘belief’ mean? Has their meaning changed over time? [Read more...]

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Ritual, liturgy, and worship

Ritual

There are several different modes of ritual, which have different meanings and purposes. When writing rituals, you can deliberately make use of these different modes to create a different mood, depending on the purpose of your ritual. Sometimes a ritual can include more than one of these modes.
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