minerva asked this question on 2/8/2000:
I was always taught that a true Neo-pagan is polytheistic, monotheistic, agnostic, and atheist, all rolled up into one paradoxical package. More often than not I have found this to be the case. After all, I have met Christian Wiccans, and even Catholic Wiccans.
RomanceXpert gave this response on 2/20/2000:
I am sorry but there is NO SUCH THING AS A CHRISTIAN OR CATHOLIC WICCAN!!! Christianity and Catholic religions are completely opposite 2 Wicca so there could be no such thing as that, your either one or the other. Futhermore, this is a place where you post your questions....what IS your question??? You didn't ask one. Please try to be a little more specific on your questions so we could answer you better...and feel free to ask me anything! Blessed be!
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minerva rated this answer a 3.
I was commenting on a previous thread that has since left the question board, there were two previous comments to this. I must add that we can't allow ourselves to become as intolerant as those who would see us burn at the stake. The philosophy of St. Francis of Assissi (sp?), for example, is just about as Pagan as you can get. He was greatly criticized for that also, but a great movement (the Franciscan monks) has come of it. This is one of the common threads that can build a bridge towards understanding and acceptance, and we should support it instead of creating further dissention. We wouldn't want the Pagan movement to end up just as divided as the Christian church, now would we? :-)