Here you’ll find links to articles from other blogs that I found especially poignant or intriguing. Note that this does not mean I support the blogger’s social, political, or religious platform. It simply means the article was interesting.
Blog Name: Son of Hel by Lucius Svartwulf Helsen
Halstead and the “Atheist Wars”
Orthodoxy Should Not Beget Adikodoxy
Does It Really Matter, Our Different Faiths?
When Faith and History Fight
Let’s Talk About Exclusivity
Blog Name: Walking Along a Pagan Path by Karlesha Silverros
Paganism, Christianity, and the Fear of God Syndrome
Being Open to Differences
Musings on the Story of Balder
Hearing the Voices, Seeing the Spirit, Feeling the Heart
Following the Ripples of Magic
Blog Name: Shelley in the Rain: Assorted Thoughts and Musings by an Aspie Pagan by Shellylorraine
Dealing with an Invisible Disability
I Seek a Middle Ground Between Jungian and Hard Polytheist
The Problem with Monotheism and the Quest for a World Religion
Blog Name: Wyrd Designs by Wyrd Dottir
Exploring Our Gods and Goddess – Loki, at the Hearth Fire
The Gods are speaking to us, but are we paying attention?
Our Existence is Found Between Chaos & Order
Blog Name: The Journey of Jotun-Souled Hippie Lokean by Loki’s Little Hippie Witch
Your Inner Voice
Iron Wood Clans
Blog Name: Hallowed Horns by Wodwose
Do the Gods Care?
Drink From Another Cup
Can You Hear the Drums?
Blog Name: Under the Ancient Oaks: Musings of a Pagan, Druid, and Unitarian Universalist by John Beckett
Our Gods Are Not Safe
Polytheism is Theism
What Are We Not Seeing?
Our Pagan Religions Are Never Settled
Polytheism is Theism!
Blog Name: Nomadic Musings of a Wandering Polytheanimist by Thracian Exocus
Mythic Relations: On Avoiding Bulfinchian Religion
Squirrels Are Not Rocks
Paint it Red
A Polytheist Primer
Religions of Relation: Dynamics in Modern Polytheism
Many Roads: Dismantling Ideas of Polytheist Uniformity
Blog Name: Sarenth Odinsson’s Blog by Sarenth Odinsson
A Post for Newcomers to Polytheism
Theological Concepts, Language, and Means of Relation in Polytheism
On Polytheism, Rhetoric, and Politics
Holiness is Rootedness
The Scientific Pagan
Pagans Speak Out on Science, Creation, and the Big Bang
Dear Pagans: Please Stop Abusing Science