P15/08b The Case for Polytheism. I ended up finding Paganism to be true

Aired from February 24th on, Positive Living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guest Steven Dillon 

Polytheism is very much a reasonable position nowadays, and The Case for Polytheism explains why.

jhp54526353d825bThe philosophy of religion has been dominated by monotheists and atheists for centuries now. But, polytheism deserves to be restored to its respected position, and The Case for Polytheism sets out some reasons why. By developing a notion of godhood and employing a set of novel and neglected arguments, the author constructs a rigorous but accessible case for the existence of multiple gods.

Gentle and respectful, and at the same time rigorously logical, Dillon’s argument shows why philosophers, theologians, and thinking people of all kinds, should take polytheism seriously. If future generations say that pagan philosophers made a comeback in the 21st century, they shall say Dillon was among the first, and among the best. Brendan Myers, author of The Earth, The Gods, and The Soul: A History of Pagan Philosophy.

For centuries now, most discussions of deity in the Western world have pretended that the only available choices are one god or none at all, in an attempt to erase the oldest and most widely embraced option in world religions — polytheism, belief in many gods. Steven Dillon’s new study The Case for Polytheism is a thoughtful and incisive exploration of polytheist belief as a live option for modern people. John Michael Greer, author of A World Full of Gods: An Inquiry into Polytheism

10382653_943179459043461_7431168915353968080_nAuthor: Steven Dillon has been writing philosophical treatises for over five years, spending time in a Roman Catholic seminary where he majored in philosophy. He works as a Certified Nursing Assistant at a nursing home, and lives with his wife in South Dakota.

I’m the second oldest in a large, Catholic family; and spent much of my childhood moving between the States and Germany due to my father’s service in the Army. I now live with my beautiful wife in a small town in South Dakota where I work as a C.N.A. at a nursing home. I’ve always taken a keen interest in studying philosophy and religion. I entered seminary after high school and studied to be a Catholic priest, majoring in philosophy on campus. But, after continual exposure to scholarly critiques of Catholicism and Christianity, I became disenchanted with both of them and left everything behind for the time to soul search and research. Long story short,  I ended up finding Paganism to be true, good and beautiful, and have been Pagan ever since. I’ve taken my love of philosophy with me over the years, and it’s inspired me to write about my developing perspectives. The Case for Polytheism will be my debut publication, being released on Feb 27th; and highlights what is for me the most interesting area of philosophy: the philosophy of religion. My work focuses on synthesizing Aristotle’s school of thought with Pagan ideas such as Polytheism and Reincarnation.


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