Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: June 2012


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This Sunday What can Big History tell us about who we are and how we ought to live? Big History: A core narrative for HP?, by B. T. Newberg Appearing Sunday, July 1st, 2012 Next Sunday What does it mean…

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The goddess Kali and Religious Naturalism, by Colin Robinson

Editor’s Note:  Although HP generally focuses on developing personal relationships with mythology from the Euro-Mediterranean culture zone (in order to encourage specificity and depth), it is also possible to learn what we can from other cultures.  Colin offers a picture…

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This Sunday Looking outside our typical Euro-Mediterranean focus, can we gain any insight from India’s Kali tradition? The goddess Kali and Religious Naturalism, by Colin Robinson Appearing Sunday, June 24th, 2012 Next Sunday What can Big History tell us about…

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Sustainable Pagan communities: An interview with Alison Leigh Lilly

This week we interview Alison Leigh Lilly, who has just launched a new podcast along with Jeff Lilly called Faith, Fern, and Compass. B. T. Newberg:  Working for the Pagan Newswire Collective, editing No Unsacred Place, and now podcasting, you’ve…

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This Sunday Alison Leigh Lilly, of No Unsacred Place and the new podcast Faith, Fern & Compass, illucidates issues facing the Contemporary Pagan community. Sustainable Pagan communities: An interview with Alison Leigh Lilly Appearing Sunday, June 17, 2012 Next Sunday…

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