Woodbury, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 2018. Paperback, xvi+250 pages. New.
Paganism is a broad term that encompasses many different paths and perspectives, but common to all is the core belief that the earth is sacred. Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centred Religions uses a workbook format, encouraging the reader to explore their own selves and current beliefs through discussion questions, journalling, visualizations and magical workings in order to discover which Pagan paths and traditions best resonate with them. Providing an insightful discussion of key themes, such as Pagan views of Deity; Magick; the Living Universe and the nature of belief, this book is both an introductory guide to contemporary Pagan belief and practice, and a book for the curious non-Pagan relative or ally who would like to better understand earth-centred Spirituality. With extensive notes, a Glossary of key terms and Bibliography, Paganism is a useful introductory work for anyone who wishes to explore modern Pagan traditions and practice.