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It is also possible to have one woman take the role of the God. Here the exchange is usually between men and is similar to the often flamboyant gay lifestyle (or "Fey" ) with a spiritual flavor.
Simply because of the numbers, the majority of people who are now Pagan were once Christians or some other religion. However, sometimes, people have trouble letting go.
It’s not uncommon to meet folks who swear up and down that they’re Pagan, and yet they live by the dogma of their old religion - they’ve simply changed the names of the deities.
Sandra, who follows a Greek reconstructionist path, says, “I had been raised Southern Baptist, so it was hard - really hard - for me to adapt to this idea of a god and goddess that didn’t make any demands on me. While there may be some common threads that bind MOST Pagan religions together, the fact is that every tradition has its own set of rules and guidelines.
I was raised to believe that there was one god only, and to find deities that not only didn’t mind sharing me with others, but who wouldn’t punish me for it -- well, that was a big thing. Are you someone who insists that all Pagans must follow the Law of Threefold Return or the Wiccan Rede? Look at it this way: if you’re not Christian, you don’t follow the Ten Commandments, right?