by Kitty Fields 12 years ago
Is there such a thing as being an Agnostic Pagan...or a Pagan-Agnostic? Meaning, can I be agnostic but feel very connected to nature and still find the old beliefs quite intriguing and spiritual?
by Steve Andrews 11 years ago
On Facebook I know of at least two profiles where the people running them have offended some Pagans by comments they have made from a Christian viewpoint and links they have posted. I have seen this sort of problem before. So my question is: can Christians and Pagans be friends or do the belief...
by taliesin3339 13 years ago
Are there any similarities between Christianity and the older pagan faiths? If so, what are they and how were they incorperated into Christianity. Please explain and be somewhat detailed on whatever side of the argument you are on. Both sides of the story, and in between, are most welcome. Please...
by Muldania 11 years ago
I am currently very interested in paganism. Not that I am a pagan, but because it is a new area of interest for me. I have previously studied many world religions, yet know nothing about paganism. I have only recently gained an interest, as a result of discovering some beautiful...
by x 10 years ago
"Pagan Roots? 5 Surprising Facts About Christmas""1. Early Christians had a soft spot for pagans.2. We all want that warm Christmas glow.3. The Church was slow to embrace Christmas.4. The Puritans hated the holiday.5. Gifts are a new (and surprisingly controversial)...
by Claudette Coleman Carter 9 years ago
"Celebrations like Halloween are in conflict with Bible teachings. The Bible warns: 'There must never be anyone among you who . . .practices divination, who is soothsayer, augur or sorcerer, who uses charms, consults ghosts or spirits, or calls up the dead.'" Deteronomy 18:10,11, The New...