Paganism, after thousands of years, is still one of the most popular religious traditions around the world today. Indeed, in many areas (like Northern Europe) it even appears to be undergoing a significant resurgence.
While there are many different forms and traditions within the umbrella of Paganism, there are a number of tentpoles that seem to ring true throughout the various forms: most notably, an intense connection between human beings and Earth.
If you’ve ever been curious about Paganism, or have been practicing for some time but would like to place your spirituality in a gerater context, Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions, written by Joyce and River Higginbotham, is the perfect place to start.
The guide is based on a Paganism course that the authors have taught for over 10 years. Paganism has become the quintessential book of its kind. Inside, you’ll find a number of exercises, meditations, and discussion questions for study.
As you turn each page, you’ll learn who Pagans are, how they live, what they believe, how they practice, what their ethical system is, and so much more.