How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home

How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home

We’re drinking a cocktail that’s a mix of the Protestant work ethic, the American dream, and the gospel. And we’ve intertwined them so completely that we can’t tell them apart anymore. Our gospel has become a gospel of following your dreams and being good so God will make all your dreams come true. It’s the Oprah god.”

2 thoughts on “How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home

  1. The ironic thing is that many if not most of those who presently self-identify as “pagan” are deeply devoted to social justice, ecological concerns, and a worldview that is intensely spiritual, and have little use for the consumerism and self-preoccupation that calls itself the “American Dream”.

    • You make a very good point, and perhaps the author did not fully recognize this when choosing a title for the post.

      I actually think we Christians could learn a great deal from the worldview embraced by many who adopt pagan traditions.

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