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Embracing a Calling: Death Midwifery

In my early 20s, I received that profound moment that others describe where they receive their calling towards ministry – The calling where you find yourself suddenly at complete peace and going “Yes, I can do this. 998 more words


Unusual Pantheon

Sometimes I remember that I’ve got an unusual pantheon that I follow. And it tells me that I don’t have that many people to discuss my religious practice with. 341 more words


Jesus is so happy

This morning while I had coffee and the rest of my family slept in, I tuned in via webcam and watched Shree Maa sing songs to Jesus in Sanskrit. 236 more words


Easter, the most pagan of holidays

As both an agnostic in the present, and a youth who was raised among a Christian family, I was never actively involved in Easter. In the latest years of my life, I find myself astounded to see so many Christians practicing such a blatantly pagan tradition, ignorant of what they are doing.

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The Pitfalls of Syncretism

It was some months ago now, almost a year, when I first began writing posts for the blog. One of my first posts was on Syncretism, the practice of incorporating elements from different, sometimes vastly different culturally beliefs, into your own. 1,518 more words


The TRUTH WILL BE TOLD TODAY ---- The Pagan Origin Of Easter

Satan is a master deceiver, and has filled the lives of well-meaning, professing Christians with idolatry. Easter is a pagan festival. If Easter isn’t really about Jesus, then what is it about? 1,264 more words

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