We do have religious texts. Some more than others, but every aspect has them. For certain branches, specifically those which follow UK-based ancient paths, there's not much left - the church burned most of it, and what they didn't burn was locked up in the Vatican where they refuse to let anyone lower than Bishop see them. Other areas were better off, like the Greeks, because while Rome was running around blowing everything up, Muslim scholars were saving things and transcribing them so they'd be preserved. The further you get from that area, the more that survives. Germanic Heathenry has dozens of texts surviving, many of them, the originals in Norwegian or Icelandic. In the East, even more documentation, most from the original civilizations before biblical society.
The question sounds more like someone who doesn't understand what Paganism actually is.
at 2:28 PM on Jun. 14, 2011