Heyo! Sorry if you get asked this alot, but I’m super interested in religion, particularly Christianity and general Paganism. I wanted to ask how your’e Pagan and Christian at the same time? I can sort of see how that works on the Pagan side, but not as much christian side? Again, sorry if you get asked this alot or if this is too personal. Blessed be :D


Lovely question! I have answered variations of this question but I am happy to go more in-depth about my practice. First, paganism is an incredibly broad umbrella term. Its definition will change depending on who you ask. I honestly can not give a solid definition of what it means to be pagan. The textbook definition is “a modern religious movement incorporating beliefs or practices from outside the main world religions, especially nature worship” (Mirriam-Webster Dictionary).

I consider myself pagan because my philosophy on life and the spiritual world is unshakeably Druid. My pagan roots are philosophical rather than religious. Druidry, like Buddhism, can be expressed in many ways. It is not a religion but a way of life and spiritual practice. There is no real Druid theology, doctrine, or dogma.

Many early Druids were devout Christians/Catholics. What I love about Druidry is the emphasis on the Earth, wisdom, and the arts. It aligns with my personal priorities in life. It also holds no contradiction to Christianity. Despite the Old World political conflict between Celtic Paganism and Christianity, Druidry actually aligns perfectly with the core Christian Theology. The two are similar in the belief that this Earth is the most beautiful, sacred creation of God. The two paths combined have truly been a blessing in my life. 

The adoration and celebration of the Earth is the one staple of my spirituality that has never and will never change. As a Christian and pagan, I believe that it is our sacred responsibility to return to Eden. To bring healing, passion, pleasure, love, and divinity back to Earth. 

As above so below.
“On Earth, as it is in Heaven.” (Matthew 6:10). 

“But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish in the sea inform you. Which of all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this?  In his hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind.” Job 12:7-10

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