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Pagan Man
     

Pagan Man

4.8 5
by Isaac Bonewits
 

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ISBN-13:
9780806526973
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
12/28/2005
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.58(w) x 8.08(h) x 0.79(d)

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Pagan Man 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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I am a 27 year old military Pagan man. I came out of the Church just over 4 years ago now and this book was nothing less then a gift from the Gods! It helped me to explore many parts of my life and to make them whole for the first time! Honest, insightful, caring, and healing! These are all words that sum this book up well. I wish I were able to thank Mr.Bonewits in person for writing this book. It helped me along my path not only as a Pagan but as a Man in a world that has very narrow minded views of what that word means. Thank you Mr.Bonewits!
Guest More than 1 year ago
And I love Isaac Bonewits book by that name. Originally I bought it as a gift for my partner, but while looking it over, I found I couldn¿t put it down. As I read the book, I found myself hoping that one day my sons will read it and learn from it, as they learn from their father. The book deepened my appreciation for every Pagan man I have ever known, and the Gods that reside within them. Things I love about this book: *Isaac¿s courageous honesty in describing his experience of what being a Pagan man is like ¿ and his use of quotes from the moving, inspirational experiences of the Pagan men he surveyed. *The accessible language the book is written in ¿ not a chore, it¿s an enlightening, insightful ¿pleasure read,¿ yet it has a very satisfying ¿notes¿ section and bibliography, (which is thorough without being ponderous.) *It doesn¿t ¿have to¿ be read in a linear fashion. I started with chapter 8, ¿Pagan Men As Fathers,¿ because that¿s what interested me most in the moment, and then I enjoyed the rest of the chapters according to where my curiosity led me. *The male insights presented on Paganism and the feminist movement - a thought provoking, discussion inspiring exploration of the roles of enlightened men and women in modern Paganism. I believe this book is written for Pagans at all levels of experience. Perhaps advanced Pagans will find that the academic knowledge presented isn¿t new, but Isaac has his own way of applying it ¿ I am weary of reviews categorizing all Pagan books as either ¿novice,¿ ¿intermediate¿ or ¿advanced,¿ although occasionally I suspect that those reviewers who make such narrow categories are sometimes motivated to assert their own advanced knowledge. This book is not just for Pagan men, but also for those who love and appreciate them. My husband will receive his gift a bit dog-eared ¿ a word to the wise ¿ get your own copy too!