Reviewed by John Beckett
[Snip] For as long as I’ve been Pagan – and maybe longer – I’ve wanted a Pagan movie. Not a movie about ancient pagans or a movie with Pagan themes – we’ve had them and some have been good. Not a movie about magic and witchcraft – we’ve had those and . . . → Read More: The Spirit of Albion
By Cynthie Garrity-Bond
[Snip] Throughout my theological training as an undergrad and then graduate student, my childhood encounters with Mary took a back seat to Christological endeavors that sought to disentangle a Jesus of history with a Jesus of faith. Never would I have entertained a theological discourse that questioned Mary as anything other than . . . → Read More: Mary, Mother of God or Godd/ess?
Reviewed by Freeman
Due out in April 2012, this new opus from Arch-druid and Magus John Michael Greer is a philosophical framework, updated for 21st century culture and science, for the perennial mystery teachings. The author’s erudition and enlightenment shine out from every chapter, and the overall structure of the book is finely crafted.
Mystery . . . → Read More: Mystery Teachings from the Living Earth, by John Michael Greer
By Galina Krasskova
While the dictionary definition of grace speaks of elegance and refinement, beauty of form, and the state of having favor and high regard, when a theologian speaks of grace, he or she is speaking of something far different: a way of being in relationship with the Gods that informs and impacts the . . . → Read More: G is for Grace