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The NAR is at it again, and this time they’re coming for Chicago. The email announcement reads: Chicago 50 – Fifty Days between Passover and Pentecost April 9 – May 28 For more information visit: http://www.chicago50.com From Passover through Pentecost … Continue reading
On October 30th, Pagans will gather in DC to celebrate the Divine Feminine and to protest the increasing efforts of religious fundamentalists to influence government. I’ll see you there! DC Pagans to Hold Halloween Ceremony Countering the New Apostolic Reformation … Continue reading
In light of the upcoming DC40 event, a lot of Pagans have expressed the opinion that responding to people like these fringe Christians only gives them more power, that it feeds them more energy to work with. That’s not necessarily … Continue reading
Here are some ideas of ways you can participate in supporting Columbia and defending religious liberty against the upcoming “siege” of DC by fringe Christians.
It’s not clear exactly what DC40′s “siege” of DC is going to involve, but from the few clues on their website, here’s what I can gather: If they have “worship teams” or other gatherings in DC itself, they may be … Continue reading
Some conservative Christians are planning on “laying siege” to the District of Columbia from October 3rd to November 11th, and I’m going to spend that time praying that this country preserves religious liberty as one of its foundational principles and … Continue reading