Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: February 2014


The Pagan Atheist, by Nick Ace Westward

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with Nick Ace Westward.  This originally appeared at skeptophile.com. It’s only after reading a post at skepchick.org that I really felt like I’ve got my own personal beliefs straight in my own head; in it, Judaism…

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Call for Submissions: Inspiration

Our early spring theme for 2014 begins March 20. The theme is “Inspiration”. “The poetic imagination flows from the depths of the universe itself.” — Drew Dellinger. We Humanistic and Naturalistic Pagans know how to reason critically.  But what role do…

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DE NATURA DEORUM: “The Lord and Lady for the Non-Theist” by Rhys Chisnall

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with Rhys Chisnall’s exploration of the role of theistic language in non-theistic Paganism.  This post is also the first article of our new column, De Natura Deorum, where we explore the beliefs of…

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“My heretical Wiccan beliefs” by Merlyn

Today we continue our late-winter theme of “Order and Structure” with Merlyn, who talks about bridging left-brain rationality and right-brain mysticism.  As always, please remember that not all contributors necessarily identify with HumanisticPaganism or share the views expressed elsewhere on this site. One reason I like Wicca…

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Mid-Month Meditation for February: The Brain is wider than the Sky

Editor’s note: We encourage our readers to take these mid-month meditations as an opportunity to take a short break from everything else.  Rather than treating these posts the way you would any other post, set aside 10 minutes someplace quiet and semi-private…

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