Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: March 2012


Upcoming work

This Sunday John offers us a glimpse of his naturalistic morning ritual centered on connecting to air, fire, water, and earth as they are actually experienced. My daily practice: Morning ritual, by John H. Halstead Appearing Sunday, April 1, 2012…

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Alain de Botton on spiritual choreography

New Scientist is currently running a series on hot new ideas in the biology of religion.  I’d like to bring your attention to two articles in particular: First, the interview with Alain de Botton, author of Religion for Atheists, offers…

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This Sunday Coming up, we have a first for HP: naturalistic poetry.  Art and science meld in Trent’s fresh and original style. The price paid in heartaches, by Trent Fowler Appearing Sunday, March 25, 2012 Next Sunday John offers us…

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In defense of “gods”

– by B. T. Newberg Why would a naturalist speak of goddesses and gods?  What do these words offer that other terms do not? Whenever a naturalist pulls out the “g” word, there is always the danger of misunderstanding.  Others…

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Upcoming work

This Sunday Should religious naturalists abandon all use of words like “goddess”, “god”, or “gods”? In defense of “gods”, by B. T. Newberg Appearing Sunday, March 18, 2012 Next Sunday Coming up, we have a first for HP: naturalistic poetry. …

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