Category Archives: Philosophy

The Debate on God – A Pagan Perspective

Any argument attempting to prove or disprove the existence of a personal God inherently presents a false dichotomy. God is a subjective concept and therefore cannot be reified, rendering the use of logic insufficient as a means to resolve this … Continue reading

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The Pagan Creed

To you who do not understand, these words describe our way: we journey on the spiral path from dusk to dawn each day. We do not heed the words of Mark nor Matthew, Luke or Paul; Creation is our holy … Continue reading

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A Message of Compassion and Renewal

I wish you a truly wonderful Solstice my friends. On this day of renewal, as we honor and revere the eternal cycle of our existence, it is important to remember that there are many who suffer in silence through adversity … Continue reading

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A Pagan Experiment Confronting Neocon Paranoia

Perhaps the most difficult issue we Pagans face on a daily basis is the popular fundamentalist misconception that our religion is nothing more than a satanic cult intent on destroying the Christian religion and supplanting it with one syncretic world … Continue reading

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The Truth about Contemporary Pagan Religion

Wiccan, Druid, Heathen, Hindu… the list of Pagan traditions is indeed a lengthy one. Contemporary Pagans do not follow a specific creed, nor as a general rule do we subscribe to any one particular doctrine. It is mainly for this … Continue reading

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Death and the Immortal Spirit

Rarely is the study of religious philosophy black and white, with our various spiritual differences essentially categorized as many different shades of grey. Religion addresses a plethora of subjects, from the nature of God to subjective morality; many believe their … Continue reading

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Properly defining religion and identifying universal morality

To borrow from the World English Dictionary, religion is defined as “the belief in, worship of, or obedience to a supernatural power or powers considered to be divine and the formal expression of such belief”. I agree with this definition … Continue reading

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