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    http://atheist-experience.com/

    Click on the YouTube channel, short segments dealing with individual callers. I am impressed by the host especially, Matt is sharp.

    I identify, as far as this subject is concerned and in order of importance to me, as secular, atheist, and pagan. I'd like to bring my pagan view to the radio show but frankly I'm intimidated.
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    04 Aug '17 10:53
    Originally posted by @apathist
    http://atheist-experience.com/

    Click on the YouTube channel, short segments dealing with individual callers. I am impressed by the host especially, Matt is sharp.

    I identify, as far as this subject is concerned and in order of importance to me, as secular, atheist, and pagan. I'd like to bring my pagan view to the radio show but frankly I'm intimidated.
    Why not? My wife is a shaman, pagan for sure and she would not hesitate to talk about it on a radio show or any other venue.

    I myself am more in the atheist camp.
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    04 Aug '17 11:13
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Why not? My wife is a shaman, pagan for sure and she would not hesitate to talk about it on a radio show or any other venue.

    I myself am more in the atheist camp.
    I feel that I know you a bit from your erudite posts, and now I see you must have some very interesting conversations at home.
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    mormonism v hoodooism

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    04 Aug '17 11:28
    Originally posted by @apathist
    I identify, as far as this subject is concerned and in order of importance to me, as secular, atheist, and pagan. I'd like to bring my pagan view to the radio show but frankly I'm intimidated.
    If your beliefs are pagan or animist then they aren't going to be much in the way of a package of elaborate rules and promised rewards, underpinned by a convoluted mythology, so there'd be relatively little for the atheists on the radio show to get their teeth into.
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    04 Aug '17 11:37
    Originally posted by @fmf
    If your beliefs are pagan or animist then they aren't going to be much in the way of a package of elaborate rules and promised rewards, underpinned by a convoluted mythology, so there'd be relatively little for the atheists on the radio show to get their teeth into.
    You're right. Faith-belief based on prophet-revealed knowledge about creator gods, that is easy to debunk. Well, although shallow the field is very wide, so it is like whacking moles. Not exactly easy, just not very complicated.
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    04 Aug '17 12:41
    Originally posted by @apathist
    http://atheist-experience.com/

    Click on the YouTube channel, short segments dealing with individual callers. I am impressed by the host especially, Matt is sharp.

    I identify, as far as this subject is concerned and in order of importance to me, as secular, atheist, and pagan. I'd like to bring my pagan view to the radio show but frankly I'm intimidated.
    How can one be both atheist and pagan? That appears to be mutually contradictory to me.
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    04 Aug '17 15:53
    Originally posted by @kazetnagorra
    How can one be both atheist and pagan? That appears to be mutually contradictory to me.
    I asked him this a while ago and didn't receive a response.
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    04 Aug '17 16:11
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    I asked him this a while ago and didn't receive a response.
    I might start shunning you too soon. I reckon it could burnish my image here.
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    04 Aug '17 19:50
    Originally posted by @fmf
    I might start shunning you too soon. I reckon it could burnish my image here.
    Is the shun signing?
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    04 Aug '17 21:15
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Why not? My wife is a shaman, pagan for sure and she would not hesitate to talk about it on a radio show or any other venue.

    I myself am more in the atheist camp.
    Does your wife dance around a camp fire half naked? Sounds like fun. Where's the camp?
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    04 Aug '17 21:18
    Originally posted by @fmf
    If your beliefs are pagan or animist then they aren't going to be much in the way of a package of elaborate rules and promised rewards, underpinned by a convoluted mythology, so there'd be relatively little for the atheists on the radio show to get their teeth into.
    Paganism typically does not labor under a load of doctrine in need of intellectual underpinnings and proofs of gods' existence. It is typically straight-forward celebration of life's rhythms, the bounty of nature, solar and cosmic cycles (solstices, that sort of thing). Dancing in tune with Nature....
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    04 Aug '17 23:24
    Originally posted by @kazetnagorra
    How can one be both atheist and pagan? That appears to be mutually contradictory to me.
    or atheist and Buddhist for that matter?
    Buddhism can be interpretted in a fairly atheistic light
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    Yes, belief in gods is optional for Buddhists.
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