Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of Neopaganism.

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Examples

  • In such a world, "faith communities" of every stripe increasingly withdraw from the broader culture, defending their doctrinal purity against the onslaught of coarse secular trends, what Mr. Roy calls "neo-paganism."

    Among the Unbelievers

  • He doesn't seem to recognize that churches cannot uncritically accommodate neo-paganism and new paradigms without transforming themselves beyond recognition.

    Among the Unbelievers

  • And clearly there's a lot of back and forth between a lot of neo-paganism and fantasy.

    Quote of the Day

  • Moscow's Interfax newswire reported that the Association of (Russian) Orthodox Experts called the April 14 eruption -- whose gigantic cloud of ash grounded transatlantic flights for more than a week -- a response to gay rights in Europe and Iceland's tolerance of "neo-paganism."

    Is God's wrath at work in natural disasters?

  • Those accusing the books of teaching neo-paganism, witchcraft, or Satanism (which, f.y.i., are not to be identified with each other) may consider this the smoking gun.

    Book Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  • Those accusing the books of teaching neo-paganism, witchcraft, or Satanism (which, f.y.i., are not to be identified with each other) may consider this the smoking gun.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • This may all sound hokey to the skeptic, even like some confused mash-up of neo-paganism - and Emerson the preacher was scorned for his sentiments by more orthodox clergymen of his time - but it's worth thinking about for those who still hold out hope.

    John Wihbey: After Copenhagen Chaos, A Bit of Emerson for the Soul

  • Hitler's Nazism was formed upon a neo-paganism and was additionally an allocation of Mussolini's fascism.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • This position leads to attitudes of neo-paganism or a new pantheism.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Although he rightly began by acknowledging the Holocaust, Ratzinger veered sharply into further revision when he insisted the "insane racist ideology" of the Holocaust was born solely from neo-paganism.

    Joe Cutbirth: The Discussion Ratzinger's Trip is Designed to Stop

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