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Our new responsive website and blog

The World Pantheist Movement is happy to launch our completely redesigned website.
It is a responsive design that will be easy to read on any device from desktop or laptop to smartphone or tablet.  For the time being parts of the site will be a work in progress.
The blog is a new venture for the World Pantheist Movement. It will allow our collaborators to publish  longer and more thoughtful pieces than is possible through our Facebook page and groups.
We will be covering a wide range of topics, including Universe, Nature, Environment, Science, Healthy Living, Life Wisdom, Human and Animal Rights, Celebration, Pantheism, Religions, Philosophy and much more.
The overall viewpoint will be scientific pantheist, but the views expressed are personal. Unless specifically stated, they do not constitute WPM official policy, which is presented primarily in our Statement of Principles.
Comments are turned off, since we do not have the person-power to moderate these. Instead, our bloggers may link and summarize their blog on our Facebook groups, so that people will have a chance to comment there.

By |October 4th, 2016|Categories: Paul Harrison, World Pantheist Movement|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Our new responsive website and blog

Pantheism and the Vatican

Since the first half of the 19th century, Pantheism has been the target of attacks by the Vatican. Over the past year those attacks have increased in frequency and extent. Coming later on this page we will look at the history of the Vatican attitude to Pantheism. First we look at the latest developments.

World Pantheist Movement Press Release of January 13, 2010.
View in situ at PRWeb

The Vatican appears to be launching an all-fronts attack on Pantheism – the belief that Nature should be the focus of our spiritual life. Vatican media have slammed the movie Avatar for promoting Pantheism, only a few days after Pope Benedict XVI attacked Pantheism in his New Year’s message for World Peace.

Pantheists focus on religious reverence for Nature and the wider Universe rather than for any supernatural God or gods. Concern for Nature is a central ethical concern, and Nature is also viewed as a major source of spiritual comfort.

“It’s beginning to seem like the Vatican sees Pantheism as a growing threat,” said Dr Paul Harrison, president of the World Pantheist Movement. “Maybe that’s because the whole world is undergoing a tremendous shift in values towards the environment because of climate change […]

By |January 12th, 2010|Categories: Blog|0 Comments
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