The New Paganism

By R. J. Rushdoony, Otto Scott, Douglas Murray, Mark Rushdoony
April 05, 1993

EC288: The new Paganism begins with a premise that there is no good nor evil, that there is no authority of any kind, that every man is his own god, that every man can do as he pleases and the state should simply guarantee him the freedom to do that. The new Paganism, for example, is militantly against any restriction upon the natural, unconverted man. Every kind of behavior he wants to practice should be acceptable.