What Does It Mean For The Gods To Exist?
What is a god? What does it mean to exist? Can one be both an atheist and a Pagan? Do ancient spiritual traditions have any lessons relevant to the Ferguson and Baltimore Uprisings? Could the Buddha legitimately be called a humanistic Pagan? Is nudity - going "skyclad" - too wild for modern spiritual seekers? Does the culture of Burning Man share values with the modern Pagan revival? Explore these and other questions in this collection by one of the most original and outspoken writers in contemporary Paganism. Includes twenty-six pieces by Tom Swiss, including his complete run on the Patheos Pagan "Agora" blog.
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