Mark Green's Atheopaganism Blog

Living an Earth-Honoring Path Rooted in Science

The Conversation: How I Talk About My Religion

It’s a pretty complicated topic. Let’s face it: for someone just becoming exposed to the idea of “rational religion”, there is a lot of territory to cover: the idea that religion doesn’t have to involve gods or the supernatural; the idea of Paganism itself, which is not exactly mainstream, even…

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Is there an Atheopagan Original Sin?

So, I read this. Go ahead, you should, too. And though this piece contains much terminology that evokes Neopagan superstition (“the Old Ways”, gods, etc.), it raises the question for me of whether there is something inherent in humanity that can be characterized as a stain we carry from birth:…

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The 13 Atheopagan Principles

Click here for a one-page layout of the Atheopagan Principles, suitable for printing. For individual articles on each Principle, see: 1: CRITICAL THINKING 2: REVERENCE FOR THE SACRED EARTH 3: GRATITUDE 4: HUMILITY…

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An Atheopagan Life: Observances Around the Year (Sept/Oct)

Autumn on the North Coast of California is an odd time. Our climate is a Mediterranean-style cycle of winter rains and a completely dry summer, and the transitional seasons are subtle in character. In fall, we experience the hottest period of the year, as while summer mornings are characterized by…

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Now Writing for the Humanistic Paganism Blog

I’m happy to announce that I have been asked to write a monthly column for the blog Humanistic Paganism. My column will be entitled An Atheopagan Life: Musings and Observances of an Earth-honoring Atheist. I’ll link new columns here so the core Atheopagan crowd is aware of them.

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