Essays in Contemporary Paganism

Essays in Contemporary Paganism

A Moon Books anthology of Pagan writers considering a range of different contemporary issues.

Essays in Contemporary Paganism

A Moon Books anthology of Pagan writers considering a range of different contemporary issues.

Paperback £9.99 || $16.95

Dec 13, 2013
978-1-78279-278-9

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Body, mind & spirit (general), Paganism & neo-paganism, Spirituality

Synopsis

In this absorbing anthology twelve Pagan writers from across the globe offer a unique perspective on Paganism today in both its theoretical and practical aspects. Each writer began with a blank canvas, other than their essay must reflect a contemporary theme. In turn the essays are philosophical, practical, personal and reflective, with issues ranging from parenting to polytheism, from being a Pagan in London to the sacred landscapes of Australia, from mysticism to the World Wide Web. In their breadth these essays reflect a concern with living in a modern world, with modern technology and with understanding oneself within a tradition that is evolving and adapting to meet the needs of its adherents whilst staying true to its fundamental principles.

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