Posts tagged Pagans
Question by Jinx: Pagans: How should pagan parents handle discussions of Christianity with children?
I asked a similar question to this, and got some very good answers, but I also got quite a few Christian answers. So, for pagans, how do you or how would you handle children’s questions about Hell and Christianity from a pagan point of view without lying about it or entering in your own opinions, or forcing the conversation too dark for children?
Answer by aletheiaservant
Advocate open-mindedness, examination of all the evidence on all sides, and an earnest desire to become better people.
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Now fully revised-the classic study of Neo-Paganism Almost thirty years since its original publication, Drawing Down the Moon continues to be the only detailed history of the burgeoning but still widely misunderstood Neo- Pagan subculture. Margot Ad
In this book A.D. Lee charts the rise to dominance of Christianity in the Roman empire. Using translated texts he explains the fortunes of both Pagans and Christians from the upheavals of the 3rd Century to the increasingly tumultuous times of the 5t
Cyberhenge examines the use of Internet technology in shaping religious traditions and rituals. Cowan asks how and why Neopaganism has embraced the Internet in such an innovative and imaginative way.
This is in many ways the most remarkable patristic document now extant, the last surviving apology composed before the end of the persecutions.
Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Names: For Pagans, Witches, Wiccans, Druids, Heathens, Mages, Shamans & Independent Thinkers of All Sorts
Parents want the perfect name for their child. Among the baby books available today, none are tailored to the needs of Witches, Pagans, and other seekers like Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Names. From Alma and Ash to Zinnia and Zane, this comprehensi