To make it easier to see exactly what all the content on the site is about, here is an index of everything that has been published here, in publication order, with live links for easy access.
An Atheopagan Prayer
An Atheopagan Rosary
Now Writing for the Humanistic Paganism blog
An Atheopagan Life: Observances Around the Year (September/October)
An Atheopagan Ritual Primer
An Atheopagan Hymnal
The 13 Atheopagan Principles
Atheopagan “advent” calendar–a fun project for the holidays
Is There an Atheopagan Original Sin?
The Conversation: How I Talk About My Religion
An Atheopagan Life: Observances for November and December
MULLED WINE–a Poem for the Yule Season
When Is a Religion For?
The Time of Hunkering Down
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 1—Skepticism
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 2—Honoring the Earth
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 3—Gratitude
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 4—Humility
The God Mask—A Ritual Technique
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 5—Humor
An Atheopagan Life: Celebrating Riverain, and Adapting the Wheel of the Year
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 6—Praxis
Reality, Language and the Inner World
Why an Acorn?
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 7—Tolerance
The Atheopagan Principles (Interregnum): Why Principles? Also, The Mystery Principle.
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 8—Legacy
Three Percent: a Riverain Blessing
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 9—Social Responsibility
Come See Us at Pantheacon!
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 10—Sensual Responsibility
I Couldn’t Say It Better
Engaging the Work: My Next Frontier
Report: Atheopagans at Pantheacon 2015
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 11—Curiosity
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 12—Integrity
The Atheopagan Principles Explored: Principle 13—Kindness and Compassion
The Spring Fast
Atheopagan Ritual: Arrival
Atheopagan Ritual: Denatured? Some Notes.
Atheopagan Ritual: Invoking Qualities and Intentions
Ritual for Atheists: a Note of Encouragement
Atheopagan Ritual: Deep Play
Atheopagan Ritual: Gratitude and Benediction
Divinity vs. the Sacred
Music for Atheopagan Ritual Use
The Four Sacred Things
Practices: Atheopaganism at Home
The Jewel—A Solitary Ritual
Priest/esshood, Leadership and Atheopaganism
The Pagan World is Different (Adult)
Atheopagan Ritual “Witchery”
The Ritual Mask—A Project
Recipes for Sabbath Feasts
On Pagan Institutions and Representation
Some Great Ideas for High Spring (Ostara)
An Atheopagan Life: High Spring and the Renewal of the World
Reflections on Year One: Atheopaganism as Forward-Looking Religion
Why Pagan Temples? A Not-Very-Good Reason
Eggs and Sprouts
Okay, So You’re an Atheist. Now What?
Atheopaganism and the Mystical Experience
But I’m Lonely! Finding Fellow Atheopagans
A Subtle Art, the Medium of Which is Emotion
Atheopaganism and the Broader Pagan Community
A Sticky, Sweaty, Complicated Mess (That Nearly Everyone Wants)
What Atheopaganism Won’t Do for You
Midsummer: The Sabbath of Ease
The Truest Safety Net
Atheopaganism and Learning to Love
The Religion That Dares Not Speak Its Name
Pantheism, Archetype, and Deities in Ritual, Pt. 1, by Shauna Aura Knight
Pantheism, Archetype, and Deities in Ritual, Pt. 3, by Shauna Aura Knight
Humans are Fallible. That Includes Theists.
Castles in the Air
Returning to a Space of Our Own
In the Season of Fire
Harvest of Ashes: A Shadow Sabbath
The Powers of an Atheopagan
No, the Blood of the Ancients Does Not Run Through Our Veins
They’re Not My Elders
What Will Be the Paganism of the Future?
The Dusty Altar
A Winter Spell
It Starts With Just One Thing
The Avalanche—A Poem for January
The Sabbath of Water
What’s the Point?
Just Do It
Ancestors: A Conundrum
Shame, Trust, Safety and the Freedom to Make Magic
Pleasure as a Sacred Experience
Intuitive Understanding and “Divination’
Making Peace with “Energy”
Considering the Moon
Ritual Technologies: Sing!
In the Time of Gathering Shadows
Encountering Your Personal Atheopaganism
Building Atheopagan Community
Ritual Technologies: Light and Beauty
Values and Self-Development in a World Without Gods
Developing a Focus
Ritual Technologies: Scent
Ritual Technologies: Rhythm
The Fire Circle: An Ecumenical Ritual Tradition
Ritual Technologies: Movement
Coming Home to Atheopaganism
Some Language I’m Not Going to Use any Longer: An Apology
The Sacred Body
Accountability: A Missing Pagan Piece?
Storytelling and the Mythic Landscape
My Favorite Ritual Tool
Crickets, Time and Paying Attention
Guest Blog: The Sacred Profane by Chloé Thorne
Is Atheopaganism Political?
Mythology: The Guardian Trees
A No-Bullshit Religion
INPUT PLEASE! Planning for Moon Meet, an Atheopagan Gathering in Summer 2017
The Beauty of Home
A Pagan Opportunity to Reflect
MOON MEET 2017: An Atheopagan Gathering
Atheopaganism at Pantheacon 2017
On the Edge of Darkness: Hallows Reflections 2016
It’s On Us Now
Living in Dark Days
Yule: the Light in the Darkness
In the Bleak Midwinter
Godless Paganism declared “The Pagan Book of the Year!”
The Wheel Turns
Care and Feeding of the Atheopagan Activist
Reflections on a Rainy Day
Pantheacon 2017 and a Growing Community
Moon Meet REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Children in Circle
MOON MEET: Call for workshop proposals
Embracing Joy in Dark Days
In the Season of Sex
Protip for Straight Pagan Men
Real! Live! Atheopagans! (Details on Moon Meet)
Once Upon a Time in the Eighties
Why is Naturalism Radical?
Atheopaganism and the Future
What’s Wrong With Joy? A Rant.
On Becoming An Atheopagan
Community Doesn’t Just Build Itself
What About Those Who Insist Their Gods Are Real? A Policy Statement
Hail, the Magnificent Sun!
A Dawn Prayer
Happiness, Ecstasy, and Threading the Needle
Visions of the Future
Potok and the Hundred-Thousand Year Fire—A Campfire Tale
REGISTER NOW for MOON MEET!
A Ritual of Ease for Midsummer
Four Days Left! Register for Moon Meet at Discounted Price!
There is a Way
Summer’s End, New Beginnings
MOON MEET: A Weekend with Atheopagan Friends
Miracles of Reality: Reflections on the Impending Solar Eclipse
A Reflection on Moon Meet
A Reading List for Atheopagans
When the World Feels Icky
Let’s Talk Harvest!
What If It Really Is the End of the World?
Fire Makes All the Difference
Balance at the Fulcrum of the Year