Winterviews continues! From the Solstice (Dec. 21st) till the next Cross-quarter (Feb. 4th), we’re bringing you non-stop interviews and other goodies from big-name authors. Mark your calendar! Dr…
"Contemporary Paganism is quietly hiding a revolutionary feature: it emphasizes practice over belief. In other words, shared participation in ritual activity is considered more important than shared doctrine. The term for this is orthopraxy, as opposed to orthodoxy, and it’s what allows a polytheist, a pantheist, and an atheist to come together around the same altar without a fistfight.
To learn more about this peculiarity, I interview Reverend Michael J Dangler, ordained priest of the Neopagan Druid organization Ar nDraiocht Fein (ADF).”
Hey, look: it is the interview I did with Humanistic Paganism a couple of years back. Well worth a listen, I think, if you are interested in the intersection of practice and belief.