Prudence Jones, MA (Cantab.), ACIL, FRSA is the Interfaith Liaison Officer of the Pagan Federation (f.1971), the national representative body for Pagan (polytheistic, nature-venerating) faith communities, of which she was President from 1979 to 1991 and 2000-2. From 2002 to 2021, she chaired the East of England Faiths Agency and is a former trustee of the Inter Faith Network UK, a member of the Council for Faiths and Beliefs in Further Education (2009-17), and was on the committee of the Cambridge Interfaith Group from 2002-15. Beginning as an academic philosopher specialising in ancient and medieval logic, Prudence taught at Cambridge and at the University of Alberta. She is now a writer and commentator on the Pagan traditions of Europe and associated spiritual systems. A History of Pagan Europe (co-written with Nigel Pennick, Routledge 1995) and various articles on the history of ancient religion followed. She has also trained as a humanistic psychotherapist and has many years of experience working with individuals and groups.
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