Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: May 2012


Seton Sitting: Something special may happen, by Thomas Schenk

Many years ago, I spent a year teaching outdoor education to grade school children.  The students would be bussed out from the city for their once-a-year instruction about wild nature.  In addition to providing the scientifically-oriented subjects that were the…

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This Sunday Sitting quietly in nature is not just relaxing; it can be a powerful meditative technique. Seton Sitting: Something special may happen, by Thomas Schenk Appearing Sunday, May 27, 2012 Next Sunday Are hard polytheists stealing the gods?  And…

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Managing human nature: A job description for HP

– by B. T. Newberg Job descriptions help us know that we’re doing what we’re supposed to be doing.  So what’s the JD for HP? This post is the first in a series examining HP through the lens of the…

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This Sunday What are we supposed to be doing as Humanistic Pagans?  What’s the JD for HP? Managing human nature: A job description for HP, by B. T. Newberg Appearing Sunday, May 20, 2012. Next Sunday Sitting quietly in nature…

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The impossibility of Atheism, by Bart Everson

I’ve identified myself as an atheist for many years, but now I’m reconsidering this label. It’s not that my worldview has changed. It’s a matter of intellectual honesty. I started rethinking this after reading an essay on Religion Dispatches in…

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