I consider myself Pagan Christian

United States
October 18, 2011 8:24pm CST
I'm Pagan-Wiccan but I also believe in God, because I'm very tolerant and accepting of everyone else's choices and faiths. Others may think this is wrong, but honestly? Who are they to say I am wrong? I am very much comfortable with my life choices, so to me, I am right, and I fully comprehend that only to you and those who agree with you, am I wrong. The beauty of this is: In the end... we'll all die. The bible promises a serene and amazing afterlife. So does the Wiccan Rede. The bible tells us never to hurt people for sheer joy or self fulfillment. So does the rede. The Bible says there is a God... as does the Rede. The only difference between Christianity and Wiccan is the belief in one God vs. Many Gods/Goddesses. And... to be honest. That's nothing to get upset over. I do believe in God and His Son and I greatly respect Him as He saved us all... but honestly... I'd rather not call myself an entire Christian. I never could. What kind of God would allow man to think that gay marriage is "icky" and "weird"? I'd rather NOT travel the path of hate. But ONLY for these reasons will I continue to believe in God: 1) I love Him and He loves me as I am. Nothing you can do about it. 2) I am myself... and I am doing GOOD, for it is what I feel. 3) It pisses you off that I'm so equal and tolerant... but mostly 1 and 2 ;)
6 responses
@jasonnaez (134)
• Philippines
28 Oct 11
I am sorry, but I think your statement is a bit confusing. How can a Christian be a pagan at the same time. Why call Wiccan pagan if its believers professes in a deities. Is it right to say that Christians do believe in God and Pagans do not? I do respect though your attitude of being tolerant of other people's beliefs. I think that is the attitude that our troubled world needs.
@glowin100 (124)
20 Oct 11
Yes, we all will die, but you still have a choice, Heaven or Hell. If you don't accept God in your life, that is where you will go when you die. John 3:16 glowin100
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
19 Oct 11
That's great that you are choosing your own spiritual path, but I'm just saying that you're reasons for believing in God are not really reasons for believing; more just like benefits for following him. Anyways, I do give you props for being so open as to allow yourself to see the many similarities between these religions. Of course they do since they share the same roots.
@aerous (13474)
• Philippines
19 Oct 11
Well, I appreciate your post. As I read your post. I realize that your not really a pagan or wiccan. Because if not mistaken you read the bible and know something about the bible... I think if you read more and more the bible. You learn more about Christianity and decide what you really believe...
@nerein (283)
• United States
19 Oct 11
I am the same way but a little different. Instead of paganism I use buddhism. So our two paths are a little different but at the same time in some ways the same. As well your right god loves you for who you are, and no one should say different.
• United States
19 Oct 11
I don't care what name you call your God(s), but I will point out under Wiccan theology that you don't need "saving."