We have all seen post after post in this area about how the traditions and symbols of Pre-Christain, Pagan religions have been altered and adapted to fit the needs of Christianity.
My question is this, with the revival of Paganism throughout the world in the last few decades and the growth of Christmas and Easter traditions on a secular level is the merging of Traditions a sign of a rise in tolerance? Or is it simply people moving to a less religiously based life? Or, something else?? Your thoughts??
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