It all depends on the individual. It’s honestly a spectrum. My definition of Christopaganism is anyone who blends Pagan and Christian spiritualities. This includes Pagans that include anything Christian, such as perhaps the rosary, in their practice or still regularly attend a Christian Church, to Christians that worship in a pagan fashion, perhaps in a circle and calling the archangels for the quarters. There’s also everyone in between, like myself. I would say I am Pagan first, Christian second. My primary deities reside in the Greek Pantheon, but my patrons are Sekhmet and Mother Mary. This wasn’t a path I decided to go down on purpose, it just sort of happened. I tend not to take the Bible as fact, but even in light of that, I believe most of the Old Testament no longer applies, and that’s where most of the anti-pagan propaganda is. I tend to ascribe more to Gnostic lines of thought, such as God had a wife and that Jesus married Mary Magdalene, didn’t die on the cross, and instead traveled to France with his wife and mother. Also, I prefer the Catholic church over protestant Churches, because of their devotion to Mary and honoring of the saints. As someone devoted to Mother Mary, I often pray to her, say the rosary, (I even rewrote the entire rosary once for Wiccans!), and I incorporate her into my altar. I have a madonna statue and an Our Lady of Guadeloupe candle on my altar. I have a special relationship with Mary as the Virgin of Guadeloupe, because she appeared hundreds of years ago on what is now my birthday. Also, when I moved home after an especially nasty break up I found a virgin of Guadeloupe bead from a saint bracelet randomly sitting on my parent’s front porch. To me it was a clear omen that things were about to start looking up. I also regularly attend both a Baptist (with my grandmother and great-grandmother) and a Catholic church (usually alone). The way it works all depends on the individual’s perspective. I think a brilliant example of Christopaganism (though people of these faiths wouldn’t describe themselves as such) are Voodoo and Santeria. They blend African native religion with Catholicism, they have figured out which saints correspond to their orishas/lwa, etc. Even Celtic Christianity in Ireland blended in old Pagan practices and perspectives on nature with the new Christian beliefs. It’s certainly not a new practice.
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