A Sad Reckoning

I had hoped that the American Presidential election would be a repudiation of Donald Trump and the divisive, racist, misogynistic, homophobic, fascistic nightmare of Trumpism. That hope was not realized. While Joe Biden--a decent man who I think will be a good though not transformative President--will eke out a victory, nearly 50% of the country …

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A Pagan Opportunity to Reflect

Recently, John Beckett wrote on "A Pagan Crisis of Faith". Beckett's central premise in this piece is that from time to time, and especially when confronted with extreme circumstances, some theistic Pagans will come to a point where they question their beliefs in gods. However, he argues, what they should really be doing is doubling …

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Returning to a Space of Our Own

Recently, Niki Whiting at Patheos advised her readers not to read the work of those who are "mean", and specifically named me as one such writer. It's not hard to see why. A core truth of Atheopaganism clashes with a treasured precept of the hard theist. We don't believe in literal gods. They do. So …

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