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by River Higginbotham,Joyce Higginbotham

Author: River Higginbotham,Joyce Higginbotham
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; 1st Printing edition (February 8, 2009)
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.1
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Joyce and River have taught Paganism classes throughout the past decade.

Joyce and River have taught Paganism classes throughout the past decade. They have planned and organized local and national Pagan gatherings, written articles for Pagan publications, appeared on radio and television broadcasts, spoken at Christian and Unitarian churches, and attended interfaith councils. They also helped found the Council for Alternative Spiritual Traditions, which hosts public Pagan and alternative events in the Midwest.

Christopaganism: An Inclusive Path. The third part of the book best fits the book's title. The Higginbothams interview fifteen people who practice both Paganism and Christianity, sometimes blending them, sometimes keeping them separate. Unfortunately, this part fell flat for me. Despite the authors' best efforts to describe the participants, they all ran together, like badly-delineated characters in a novel.

ChristoPaganism : An Inclusive Path. by River Higginbotham and Joyce Higginbotham. Have you ever questioned the nature of religion? Would you like to explore more inclusive modes of spirituality? You are not alone.

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Joyce and River Higginbotham define Christopaganism as: "A spirituality that combines beliefs and practices of Christianity with beliefs and practices of Paganism, or that observes them in parallel. They give examples of people identifying as Pagan but observing both Pagan and Christian liturgical years, using the Rosary or observing a form of Communion.

Christopaganism: An Inclusive Path by Joyce Higginbotham. Blended paths: revolution or evolution? Have you ever questioned the nature of religion? Would you like to explore more inclusive modes of spirituality? You are not alone

Christopaganism: An Inclusive Path by Joyce Higginbotham. Blended paths: revolution or evolution? Have you ever questioned the nature of religion? Would you like to explore more inclusive modes of spirituality? You are not alone. These intrepid believers are forging hybrid spiritual paths that borrow from both earth- and scripture-based religions, daring to defy the status quo of spirituality.

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Joyce and River Higginbotham define Christopaganism as: "A spirituality . They have a devout reclaiming approach to a Goddess-inclusive Trinity, best described as Tritheist or Social Trinitarians

Paganism - River Higginbotham. Christopaganism blends some Christian beliefs and practices with Paganism.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Paganism - River Higginbotham. Christopagans may pray the rosary and work magickally with angels, archangels, and other spirits. In our experience, most Christopagans revere Jesus and believe that his teachings are loving and beneficial to the world and are in no way in opposition to the principles of Paganism.

Have you ever questioned the nature of religion? Would you like to explore more inclusive modes of spirituality? You are not alone. In this exciting age of religious diversity, more and more Pagans and Christians are incorporating each other's practices into their own belief systems. These intrepid believers are forging hybrid spiritual paths that borrow from both earth- and scripture-based religions, daring to defy the status quo of spirituality.

Everything you once knew about religion is about to change. Noted scholars Joyce and River Higginbotham invite you to participate in the fascinating dialogue surrounding the nature of faith and the evolving spiritual needs of our world. With balance and depth, the authors delve into the origins, ideologies, and common threads of Christianity and Paganism. This powerful book culminates in a series of compelling interviews with fifteen individuals who share ways in which they honor a unique blend of traditions, helping you to create your own rich and rewarding spiritual path.

Get ready to re-examine your beliefs and view spiritual practice in a new light. By reading this book on Christianity and Pagan ritual and opening the door to interspiritual experience, you will reach a deeper understanding of yourself―and cultivate a profound appreciation for the changing landscape of spirituality around you.