Religion Sites
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Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
This is a fine site. Sections include 63 Religions and Ethical Systems, Religious News, Spiritual Topics, Not So Spiritual Topics, Religiously Hot Topics. No point of view is advanced, only information in the form of over 800 essays and multiple links.
Native American Spirituality
A text-only site. Essays on Native Religious Development, the Inuit, Eastern Subartic, Eastern Woodlands, Plains, and Southwest Cultures.
Spirit of the Wolf
"Spirit of the Wolf is intended to be a quiet place of reflection, to think on the words spoken by the First Peoples." Selections include Chief Seattle's Manifesto for the Earth, the teachings of Tecumesh, legend of the dream catcher, various Native American prayers and blessings.
Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
"Metropolitan Community Churches were created in 1968 as a way of providing an environment where homosexual Christians could freely worship God and grow in their spiritual journeys."
Unitarian Universalist Association
The torch bearers of liberal religion in the United States, Unitarian Universalism is a religious tradition unlike any other. Their site includes info on the group's history, structure, services, social action agenda, more.
Unitarian Universalist Resource List
A list of resources for info pertinent to UU's, including UU theology, religious education curricula. sexual and gender identity, directory of UU congregations.
The Web Home for UU/Pagans
"The Web Home for UU/Pagans (WHUUPS) is a WWW site containing information of interest to Unitarian Universalists, Pagans, Wiccans, and followers of various other alternative religious paths." Primarily essays and links.
Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans
"The Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans is an organization dedicated to networking Pagan-identified Unitarian Universalists , educating people about Paganism, promoting interfaith dialogue, developing Pagan liturgies and theologies, and supporting Pagan-identified UU religious professionals."
Arachne's Web: Paganism and Wicca Pages
This is a tremendous links page boasting over 450 working links. The page is divided into sixteen sections, including Druids, Goddesses, Magick, Occult, Paganism, Tarot.
Covenant of the Goddess
The Covenanat of the Goddess is "an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solo practitioners." Good resources and practical info on the practice of Wicca.
The Witches' Voice
"Here you will find the absolute latest information related to modern day WitchCraft and the activities of the Neo-Pagan global community. We update this page daily. The Witches' Voice now offers over 400 pages of info related to the modern Witch community." This is an extremely comprehensive and well-organized resource.
SisterSpirit:Women Sharing Spirituality
"SisterSpirit is a women's spirituality organization honoring the Divine Feminine and celebrating Goddess in all Her forms." Section on rituals, links, calendar of events, etc.
Church of All Worlds
" evolve a network of information, mythology and experience that provides a context and stimulus for re-awakening Gaea, and re-uniting her children through tribal community dedicated to responsible stewardship and evolving consciousness." -from the group's Bylaws.
Hare Krishna Web Resources
A comprehensive index of Krishna Web sites, including major and regional pages, perioicals, Krishna philosophy and lifestyle, ISKCON projects, temples and farm communities, vegetarianism.
Council on Spiritual Practices
"The Council on Spiritual Practices is dedicated to making direct experience of the sacred more accessible to more people....Among its first areas of inquiry, the Council is studying the spiritual applications of entheogenic substances."
American Ethical Union
"Ethical Culture is a religious, philosophical, and educational movement. Our focus is on how we live our lives and not on what we believe."
International Humanist and Ethical Union
"As a life stance rooted in rational thinking, modern Humanism provides a way of understanding our universe in naturalistic rather than in supernatural terms. It offers men and women, both as individuals and as members of society, a secular ethics grounded in human values."
The American Humanist Association
The American Humanist Association is a national organization founded in 1941 to promote humanism in the United States. The AHA represents both secular and religious naturalistic humanism, and cooperates with other national and international humanist organizations to advance the ideals of humanism.
Friends of Religious Humanism
"The Friends of Religious Humanism is an organization founded by Edwin H. Wilson, Lester Mondale, and others in 1962 as the "Fellowship of Religious Humanists" to advance humanism within the Unitarian-Universalist denomination and to promote religious humanism in general."
American Atheists
Since 1963, American Atheists has been the premier organization laboring for the civil liberties of Atheists, and the total, absolute separation of government and religion.
Atheists United
"Atheists United is a Los Angeles-based freethought organization founded in 1982. Our main purposes are to promote positive atheism through education, and to maintain the separation of church and state."
Gay and Lesbian Atheists and Humanists
The organization's four main goals: "Support equal rights for lesbians, gays, and bisexuals. Educate people about atheism and humanism. Support separation of church and state. Provide freethinkers with opportunities to get to know each other."
World Union of Deists
Information and articles to help you explore deism as an alternative to both revealed religion and atheism.
Freedom from Religion Foundation
"Since 1978, the nonprofit Freedom From Religion Foundation has been working to keep state and church separate and to educate the public about the views of nontheists. Members include freethinkers (atheists, agnostics, etc.) from all 50 states, Canada, and other countries."
International Association for Religious Freedom
"The IARF affirms the right to freedom of religion or belief and encourages religious and spiritual practices that embrace open inquiry, respect for human dignity, and reverence for life."
United Communities of Spirit
"Our network combines insights from every religion and spiritual tradition, as we seek to build illuminated community among the people of the world. We share a vision of unity in diversity, that honors plurality, and recognizes the great richness of alternative spiritual perspectives and interpretations."
"While we believe that the Earth is alive, and we are part of it, we also affirm the Great Spirit of Oneness found at the heart of all the world's great spiritual traditions. What is most important may not be what we believe, but what we find we all share when we put our thoughts aside to go into meditation and prayer together."
"Ananda is a worldwide movement that includes spiritual communities in America and Europe, businesses, schools, and a worldwide ministry based on the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda."
Scientific Pantheism: An Empirical Religion for the Third Millennium
"At the heart of pantheism is reverence of the universe as divine and for the natural earth as sacred. When we say the universe is divine we are not talking about a supernatural being. We are talking about the way our senses and our emotions force us to respond to the overwhelming mystery and power that surrounds us."

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