Humanistic Paganism

Monthly Archives: June 2015


[A Pedagogy of Gaia] “Honoring the Past, Living in the Present, Shaping the Future” by Bart Everson

To dismiss Earth-based religious perspectives, as too backward-looking, too regressive, or too fixated on the past, is to deny one of our best avenues for true progress. But if we cling to our modern modes of existence, we guarantee a bleak future for succeeding generations.

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“Atheopaganism and the Broader Pagan Community” by Mark Green

Atheopaganism is always going to be viewed by some in the Pagan community as not rightfully belonging. So why should Atheopagans want to continue to be participate as a part of the broader Pagan community?

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Neopaganism FAQ by Eric S. Raymond

The neopagan phenomenon is a loose collection of religious movements, experiments, and jokes combining some very new thinking with some very old sources.

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Call for Submissions: July’s themes are individualism, religious tradition, gender issues

This month (July 12) is “Malala Day”, which honors Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani activist who survived an assassination attempt and nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Also this month, we are a couple of important anniversaries in the…

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Help Support “Universe Story Car Decal”

Help Create Car Decal to Share the History of the Universe and Build a Sustainable Future! The Universe Story on Your Car! I’m Jon Cleland Host – an educator, scientist, and father.  I’ve been active in helping build a better…

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