Staff

We are an all-volunteer team working hard to bring you quality work.  Find out how you can join the team!.

Managing editor

The current managing editor is:

John Halstead

John Halstead

John Halstead is a former Mormon, now eclectic Neopagan with an interest in ritual as an art form, ecopsychology, theopoetics, Jungian theory, and the idea of death as an act of creation.  He is the author of the blogs, The Allergic Pagan at Patheos and Dreaming the Myth Onward at Pagan Square. He is also the author of the website Neo-Paganism.org.

To speak with John, contact him here.

Social media coordinator

The current social media coordinator is:

NaturalPantheist

NaturalPantheist

NaturalPantheist:  A former Christian, I now see myself as a Naturalistic Pantheist with an interest in Druidry.

I blog at Natural Pantheist Musings on issues relating to scientific and naturalistic approaches to spirituality.  I’ve lived in both China and the UK and I love to travel. I’m a country boy at heart but also strongly believe in getting involved in my local community here in Devon, UK. My interests include religion & philosophy, social media & technology, current affairs and walking. My blog is at naturalpantheist.wordpress.com

To speak with NaturalPantheist, find him at his blog above or contact him here.

Advising editor

The current advising editor is:

B. T. Newberg

B. T. Newberg, photo courtesy Leora Effinger-Weintraub 2011

B. T. Newberg founded HumanisticPaganism.com in 2011, and served as managing editor till 2013.  His writings on naturalistic spirituality can be found at Patheos, Pagan Square, the Spiritual Naturalist Society, as well as right here on HP.

Since the year 2000, he has been practicing meditation and ritual from a naturalistic perspective.  After leaving the Lutheranism of his raising, he experimented with Agnosticism, Buddhism, Contemporary Paganism, and Humanism.  Currently he combines the latter two into a dynamic path embracing both science and myth.

In 2009, he completed a 365-day challenge recorded at One Good Deed Per Day.  As a Pagan, he has published frequently at The Witch’s Voice as well as Oak Leaves and the podcast Tribeways, and has written a book on the ritual order of Druid organization Ar nDriocht Fein called Ancient Symbols, Modern Rites.  He headed the Google Group Polytheist Charity, and organized the international interfaith event The Genocide Prevention Ritual. Currently, he is working with the Spiritual Naturalist Society to develop an online educational course on Spiritual Naturalism (of which Humanistic Paganism can be considered one variety).

Professionally, he teaches English as a Second Language.  He also researches the relation between religion, psychology, and evolution in his spare time, with occasional posts at www.BTNewberg.com.

After living in Minnesota, England, Malaysia, Japan, and South Korea, B. T. Newberg currently resides in St Paul, Minnesota, with his wife and cat.

To speak with B. T. Newberg, find him on Twitter at @BTNewberg.

Join Our Staff

We’re looking for a few individuals to join the staff here at HP.  First of all, we’re looking for a Science News editor.  There is lots of exciting science being done, and we need someone who can help identify what would be of most interest to Naturalistic Pagans and include it in our content here.

We’re also looking for an HPedia editor who will move the project to a wiki format and then oversee it as it develops through open collaboration with other Naturalistic Pagans.

We’re also looking for an ebook editor who will bring together some of the work we have done here with some new content to produce a marketable product.

If you’re interested in any of these positions, email the managing editor, John Halstead, at humanisticpaganism [at] gmail.com.

3 Comments on “Staff

  1. A Relative Shrine

    For Sensation and Perception:
    An article for each of the five
    senses

    For Spatial Existence:
    An example of all four dimensions
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    For The Cosmos
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    water, Earth, space, and Life

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    Represent farming, building,
    order, culture, language,
    knowledge, wonder, our Ancestors,
    And progress

    And to represent all facets as one,
    within the past, present, and future.

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