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Pagans have been around a lot longer than Christians. And they’re often the derisive target of Christian sermons.
Here in the United States, Christian preachers often tie anything they don’t like to paganism. Preaching to his mega-congregation in Texas earlier this month, John Hagee proclaimed, “America is becoming a pagan society; we are in a moral free-fall.” According to Right Wing Watch, Hagee claimed that “Secular humanism is a pagan God … blaming it for everything from drugs and mental illness to rape and domestic abuse.” Concern about climate change has been demonized as “a pagan religion” obsessed with Mother Earth. And with Halloween just around the corner, we’re likely to hear more superstitious talk about paganism, even linking it to opening a door to demonic possession.
Despite the fact that it’s often demonized and misunderstood, the practice of paganism is growing in Western culture. The number of pagans in Britain has more than doubled, paralleling a trend in the United States, where the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey estimated there were nearly 700,000 Pagans and Wiccans.
Jean, a Celtic Pagan of 30 years, will share her insight and knowledge about Paganism on Tuesday’s Dimensions in Belief. Feel free to call with your questions and comments, and visit GodDiscussion.net for source links for this discription and for a schedule of upcoming shows.
KaliSara has been chomping at the bit all year to address this topic. RevKess is giving her mostly free reign to do so.
In this edition of PWN the hosts will tackle the broad topic of climate change:
And what we as Pagans can do to help remedy the disastrous effects the human population have had on our Mother Earth.
Other topics that might get discussed during the show include, but are not limited to:
GMOs & growing your own food
Show notes available on PMPChannel.com.
Hi, thank you for joing me. We will be having a question and answer episode. Here we will go over not so common magical practices and I will answer them based upon my knowledge. Topic questions include sex magic, bloodletting, widdershins casting, cleansing after baneful workings and other interesting subject matter.
From sunrise worship service to the star spangled banner, and from the drill and ceromonies of the military to the typical mid june wedding day this society is filled with old world rituals with new world names. On tonights show we will discuss the pagan origins of some everyday activities. Remember this is a live call in show so please feel free to do, and always May Yah Bless.
Book of Jasher: http://www.parsontom.com/books/Book%20of%20Jasher.pdf
Usually, a Christian debating a Pagan is a bloodbath in favor of the Pagan. It's very simple, "They", the "God"less, know your religion better than you do. Why is that? It's simple, the origin of Paganism is in the scriptures and it looks alot like what we call religion. Let's get real about religion and its origins.
Today'sepisode tackles the newest arguments about Christmas.
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