Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Passing of a Church

Nicely written and insightful post.

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April: Moon of the Waters

April 4th’s full moon is known by some Pagans as the “moon of the waters.”  It embodies the old saying that “April showers bring May flowers.”  The rains of April help the earth to turn green again.  It seems like … Continue reading

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Internet Sacred Text Archive

For all my scholarly types out there, I wanted to let you know of an amazing resource called the Internet Sacred Text Archive.  The vast amount of information on this web site is staggering and includes tons of writings from … Continue reading

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Marking Time, Part 2

I gave yesterday’s post a little more thought and came up with a theory as to why many Christians are, unfortunately, antagonistic to their Pagan brothers and sisters.  If Christians view time in a linear fashion, then everything new that … Continue reading

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Marking Time, Part 1

In his insightful book, Pagans and Christians: The Personal Spiritual Experience, Gus DiZerega explores the different ways Pagans and Christians mark time.  Regarding Pagans, he says “The Pagan view of cyclic time leads us to focusing more on process than … Continue reading

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March: Moon of the Wind

Tonight’s full moon is known by some Pagans as the “moon of the wind.”  On this night we are reminded that winter is losing it’s grip and spring is beginning to awaken.  This windy month symbolically blows away the things … Continue reading

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Gathering, Word, Meal, Sending

I must confess that I was both excited and a little bit nervous when I attended a local public Imbolc celebration.  My nervousness was dispelled almost immediately as I encountered a worship service whose form is nearly identical to mine!  … Continue reading

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