Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pagan Piety

Descriptions of Paganism seem froth with subjectivity, addendums, and conditional language which may lead a listener down a confused path. These twists and turns are clumsy just when clarity is needed. Many words and phrases are used to describe the … Continue reading

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Wecome from a Pagan Humanist

Welcome to A Pagan Humanist, I am William and my blog provides a means for me to engage with a larger audience than my circle of friends and local events. With that, permit me to provide some background about me. I … Continue reading

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Welcome to A Pagan Humanist. Permit me to begin with a simple quote from Aristotle: “For no one would choose to live without friends even if he had all the other goods” (Nicomachean Ethics 1155a5). My intent is to engage … Continue reading

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