Reviewing: Sacred Land

I hope you get this book and read it, because it is an extremely important text, not just for for the pagan religions thriving in the world today, but for future generations as well. This succinct book was by Mathew Sydney and subtitled, “A Workbook for Developing a Pagan Spiritual Ecology.” (Full Disclosure: Mathew is a […]

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Escaping Dualism

Quite often I hear of impassioned pleas to transcend or improve upon the current ways of thinking that have trapped us into a nightmare world of ecological devastation and human suffering. However, seldom do I hear folks address some of the root causes, and far, far too often there is that impassioned argument against a problem […]

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Gaining Relevance

During it’s slow climb to becoming the state religion of the Roman Empire, Christianity was forced to step into many of the roles abandoned by a collapsing imperial system. It gave shelter, food, and care to the destitute; it offered a gospel of redemption and salvation to citizens overwhelmed with the existential threat of a […]

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Telling Our Own Stories

This will be a short post, I hope, but it came bubbling up out of the recesses of my mind, demanding the act of writing. It is a point I have raised before “in semi-private/semi-public” conversations and it always really gets my goat.   Why We Must Tell Our Own Stories   There is a […]

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Carrying Ancestral Guilt

This isn’t an apology. An apology would be useless now if I do not also act to repay what is owed, or in some small measure make amends. This isn’t an indulgent confession. I do not expect forgiveness for the sins of my forebears, or how the massacre of the Americas granted me these many […]

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