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'''Neo-Paganism''' is a collective term for [[
religion]] s such as [[Druidry]] and [[Asatru]] which attempt to recreate the pre- Christian religions of [[ Europe]] . It can also refer to [[Wicca]] <ref>[http://altreligion.about.com/od/neopaga1/NeoPaganism_Druidry_and_Pagan_Recons.htm]</ref> Neo-paganism is prohibited by the Bible. |+|
'''Neo-Paganism''' is a collective term for [] such as pre-[] [[Wicca]].
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|−|==External links== |+|
|−|*[http://www.asatru.org/ Asatru site] |+|
|−|*[http://www.druidry.org/ Druidry Site] |+|
|−|*[http://www.hellenismos.co.uk/ Hellenismos Site] |+|
|−|*[http://www.witchway.net/ Wiccan Site] |+|
|−|*[http://www.carm.org/wicca.htm Christian site about Wicca] |+|
Latest revision as of 08:38, 4 March 2009
Neo-Paganism is a collective term for a wide variety of mostly modern non-Abrahamic religions, with Wicca being the most prominent, along with a large collection of personal, informal faiths. It can also include elclectic faiths such as blending of older religions, often pre-Christian European faiths with elements of modern religions, usually Wicca.
It is sometimes incorrectly used to refer to Polytheistic Reconstructionist religions.