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Gus diZerega Feb 05, 2016
Last week I gave a keynote talk at the Conference of Current Pagan Studies on viewing social justice from a Pagan perspective. It went well and while the paper it was based on is much too long for a n...
Gus diZerega Jan 31, 2016
I had the good fortune to just come across a two-part article in Patheos by John Halstead in The Allergic Pagan. He explores whether there would be NeoPaganism in the US had Gerald Gardner never exist...
Gus diZerega Dec 22, 2015
The Maine coast and its adjacent islands result from the spectacular meeting of ancient granite, Pleistocene ice, and the wild waters of the North Atlantic. When the glaciers departed they left behind...
Gus diZerega Oct 31, 2015
The Parliament of the World’s Religions, held from October 15-19, in Salt Lake City, was one of the most powerful spiritual experiences of my life.
Gus diZerega Jul 01, 2015
   ( This column recapitulates the basic points about the swastika and Confederate flag made in my most recent Witches & Pagans piece, but with a different focus, some different information,  and a co...
Gus diZerega Jun 22, 2015
The racist terrorism that killed so many in Charleston this past Wednesday was followed almost immediately by the extraordinary efforts of leading American ‘conservatives’’ to redefine what had just s...
Gus diZerega Jun 11, 2015
Caitlin Jenner and the ‘Quiverfull’ of Duggars are perfect symbols for the profound cultural changes tearing this country apart. In their very different ways they represent an epochal shift from a cul...
Gus diZerega May 15, 2015
Languages are alive, their words and meanings existing in a kind of linguistic ecosystem, but are we over-valuing words that disconnect us from the natural world? nviting relationships were replaced...
Gus diZerega Mar 22, 2015
Wicca and similar NeoPagan traditions have already helped humanity far out of proportion to our small numbers. We have disproportionately strengthened two spiritual insights essential to humanity’s fu...
Gus diZerega Jan 13, 2015
Monotheism seems to have an innate proclivity to violence *and* it has inspired some of the most noble people in human history. Why?
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