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Pagan Survey

If you are a practicing Pagan (of any variety), and want to contribute a moment of time to science, check out this Pagan Survey from researchers at Brandeis University and The University of Tromso (Norway). 12 more words

Did Christians really 'steal' Easter?

Opinion by Candida Moss, special to CNN

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(CNN) — It’s that time of year again: the time when chocolate comes in pastels, cherry blossoms start to bloom and well-marketed religion exposés are released to the world. 931 more words

Faith Now

What's Good About Good Friday? by Barbara Ardinger

I grew up Calvinist and Republican in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. My parents belonged to—but rarely attended—Immanuel Evangelical & Reformed Church in Ferguson, Missouri. 927 more words


Our Resposibility As Christians

Leviticus 10:10 “You must distinguish between the holy and the common, between the unclean and the clean.”

In a world still swirling in sin thousands of years after its catastrophic collision with evil, the need for discernment is critical, and God has assigned to His followers the task of knowing the difference between good and evil. 42 more words


Acceptance Does Not Make It Truth


Sherry reblogged this on The X Mass H8rs Blog and commented:

A good word for the Christo-pagans who celebrate the pagan/papist hellidays in vain, unholy worship to God! BTW, the anniversary of Christ’s resurrection was on April 5th according to the Jewish historian, Josephus. I found no one saying on that day, He is risen! He is risen, indeed! But on the pagan helliday of Ishtar, commonly known as Easter, I’m sure I will hear it often.

Sticks and Stones and Heka

There’s an old saying, “Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  It’s like a child’s anti-bullying mantra that follows along with the commonly known Eleanor Roosevelt saying, “ 1,131 more words


Guts and Glory: Living Out Loud as a Gay Pagan

This post was inspired by my friend, Misha.  She gave me the idea when I put out a request on Facebook, and she’s someone I admire for always being positive and living her life the way more people should.   1,419 more words