Humanistic Paganism

Category: Glen Gordon


Postpagan Ceremony & Ecology, by Glen Gordon: “Why I Am Not Pagan”

When John asked me to revise my old blog post from PostPagan about why I do not identify as being Neopagan, I was intimidated by the idea. Fifteen years ago, I identified as a Neopagan and began to share a…

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Postpagan Ceremony & Ecology by Glen Gordon: “Sacred Seasonal Narrative for Today’s Humanism and Naturalism”

Religious humanists and spiritual naturalists are experts at finding meaning in the ordinary. Marking sacred days, such as the solstices and equinoxes, reminds us of the sacred mystery of life that we interact with everyday.

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Postpagan Ceremony & Ecology, by Glen Gordon: “Death Song”

Today we hear from our first of several regular columnists, Glen Gordon. The Song of the Deer I’ve encountered a phenomenon which is difficult to describe. It is the gifting of song from the land and the other-than-humans I share it…

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Naturalism and the gods, by Glen Gordon

Having a naturalist sensibility, I find supernatural concepts of deities within paganism difficult to accept. Having been unsure if concepts of deities are applicable or valuable, I drifted towards an agnostic humanism. Exposure to the blending of process theism and…

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