The Special Nature of Humanity: How Atheist Paganism and Polytheism Can Both Be True at Once

The Special Nature of Humanity: How Atheist Paganism and Polytheism Can Both Be True at Once.

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~ by Sable Aradia on February 6, 2015.

2 Responses to “The Special Nature of Humanity: How Atheist Paganism and Polytheism Can Both Be True at Once”

  1. I don’t necessarily agree with everything here, but you do make several excellent points, and I appreciate your trying to bridge the gap between theistic and atheistic Pagans. I too feel concerned about what kind of effect these debates may be having on Paganism in general.

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