In Which Straw Men Get Punched —More on Halstead/Green

This is getting silly, but more has to be said in this conversation.Here is a link to John's latest response to my response to his response. Links to all the other pieces are listed in that one. I am frankly tired of John's putting words in my mouth and then arguing with them. He's an …

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What If We Are Screwed?

John Halstead very eloquently and thoroughly puts the question to us in his post “'Everything is Going According to Plan'”: Being an Activist in the Anthropocene". Take time to read the whole thing. It's well worth it. So really: what if it's simply too late for any kind of peaceful transition to a sustainable post-disastrous civilization, and …

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What Makes a Ritual “Successful”?

John Halstead over at Humanistic Paganism has published a rather sharply-worded piece about "10 Signs You're Half-Assing Your Ritual". It's well worth a read, and in general, he's right: there is a lot of ho-hum ritual out there and many, if not most of us can do a better job of preparing and enacting our …

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Godless Paganism declared “The Pagan Book of the Year!”

I was so proud to be a part of the creation of John Halstead's Godless Paganism, and wanted to let all you Atheopagans know that Megan Manson of the Pagan Tama blog on Patheos has rated it the top Pagan book of the year! If you still don't have a copy, you can pick it up …

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Atheopaganism at Pantheacon 2017

John Halstead and I have two events on this year's Pantheacon schedule—plus a social gathering! This conference/convention, held in February each year, is the largest gathering of Pagans in North America and an important driver of cultural development in the Pagan community: four days of workshops, panel discussions, rituals and performances. It is held at the …

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