What could a modern polytheist theology look like? Theology shouldn't be a fixed thing, locked in stone; like the people whose needs it addresses, it needs to grow and change in order to remain relev
In this series, we've explored the archaeological evidence and analyzed surviving popular texts about the pre-Christian religions in Scandinavia. It seems high time to turn toward scholarship which an
I recently read an article which ended up prompting me to think again about how modern Polytheists (including Heathens) have begun to re-relate to their deities. Much has already been written about th
I was recently asked what advice I would give to someone interested in becoming a Nordic Pagan. This is such a deep and important question, and how we answer says a lot about what Heathenry is to us.
The recent discussions around definition and limitations in Heathenry got me thinking about my own version of Heathenry. Last fall I wrote about why I love Heathenry and what is the heart of Heathenry
A wonderful article by Dagulf Loptson called “What is Heathenry Missing?” addressed a topic I’ve been hearing a lot recently in online Heathen circles. Dagulf expressed a common complaint that H