"The single greatest source of information for Pagan apologetics, [this book] is an instant classic." -- PanGaia
Amber Laine Fisher has practiced Wicca for nearly a decade. She has studied various Wiccan traditions, including the American Tradition of the Goddess, the Woodland Celtic Tradition, and the Sibylline Order. She oversees the immensely popular online community MothersMagic (www.mothersmagic.net), and has written for Green Egg: A Journal of the Awakening Earth. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and daughter.
Philosophy of Wicca is not like most of the books in the genre. Rather than try to do an overview of some common ideas found in eclectic Wiccan circles, the author presents her own... Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2004 by Andrea
Philosophy of Wicca is a wise, thoughtful look into one woman's idea of what the central ideas of Wicca are. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2003
This is the first book I've read on Wicca, and I am soooooo glad I did. I found her passion for her religion truly inspiring and heartwarming. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2003 by Gwen
This book tries to be many, many, many things.
It tries and fails.
Wicca is not an ancient goddess religion, and many Wiccans really don't have issues with... Read more
I loved this book! After browsing the bookshelves, for months seeing only [stuff] for teens and [stuff] for beginners, and [stuff] for shamans, this book was a really nice read. Read morePublished on July 11 2003
I've been a Wiccan for a good long while now, and stopped reading books on Wicca a few years ago when I realized there wasn't anything being published anymore that seemed to speak... Read morePublished on June 25 2003
I was dissapointed with this book. I expected an in-depth examination of the philosophy underlying Wicca, but what I got was a superficial and at times innacurate treatment of why... Read morePublished on June 14 2003
Fisher begins by claiming that "It (Wicca) is a modern religion attempting to reinvent the spirit, the ideal of ancient Goddess worship without many of the downfalls. Read morePublished on June 9 2003 by The Old Philosopher