Thursday, August 17, 2006

Chas Clifton and a Pagan Writer's Blog

Chas Clifton is a Pagan writer and editor, and as such he has authored or co-authored several books, and is the editor of the academic journal The Pomegranate. He graciously provided me with a review copy of his latest book, Her Hidden Children: The Rise of Wicca and Paganism in America (AltaMira Press, 2006).

I monitor the referral sites for my blog through Extreme Tracking and noted that a few hits came from Mr. Clifton's blog, Letter From Hard Scrabble Creek. These come from two entries, one commenting on Sacred Tribes, the e-journal I co-edit, and the other commenting on my post on Morwics, the Pagan-Mormon synthesis in Utah. Thoughtful evangelical readers interested in Pagan studies might appreciate reviewing Clifton's comments. But please, no proselytizing and no rude comments. Let's try to apply the Golden Rule to interreligious or interspiritual dialogue: Blog unto others as you would have them blog unto you.

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