Is it possible to be Pagan and Agnostic or Pagan and Atheist?
Not in the sense that technically Agnostics and Atheist fall under the definition of Pagan given how proud the definition is but to actually follow the beliefs/practices of both.
*If all you have to add is that any of these beliefs are wrong, Jesus is the only way, etc please take it somewhere else this post definitely isn't for you.*
Answer by caitxrawks at 10:33 AM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by NightOwlMama at 10:33 AM on Jul. 25, 2009
I think so. For example, you can honor the Earth, Nature, & Natural cycles without a belief in or with a questioning belief in a Higher Power.
Answer by BubbaLuva at 10:38 AM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by Amaranth361 at 10:55 AM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by Freela at 11:08 AM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by autodidact at 1:47 PM on Jul. 25, 2009
Yes you can be. Some Pagans believe that there are no conscious gods that exist, there is just energy that is embodied by the Earth (and/or) the Universe that people break down into gods in order to make sense of it & work with it. The God or gods (male) can be simply understood as masculine energy, the Goddess(es) as feminine energy. That is not that uncommon & would fall under the definition of atheism or agnosticism (if the belief is that there could be conscious gods behind these energies, but it can't be determined). Paganism does not require you believe the gods exist, though obviously some traditions do.
Answer by nysa00 at 1:48 PM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by Mrs.BAT at 2:12 PM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 4:30 PM on Jul. 25, 2009
Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 10:23 PM on Jul. 25, 2009