I've recently started studying/practising Wicca, and was wondering who else out there is actively practising a non-Christian religion.
Living your religion counts as practising in my book - I think having and celebrating your beliefs through actions and daily living matter more than participating in rituals or throwing big parties for holidays. I know people who were brought up or baptised a certain religion, but have disregarded it - so they consider themselves a "non-practising" whatever.How would you define 'actively practising'. My religion is solitary and consists only of a series of beliefs on which I try to base all my actions. I do not belong to any group or participate in any rituals. Aside from two of the cross-quarters I typically only acknowledge the holidays with quiet personal reflection, although I am trying to do a little something with the kids as they get older.
Similar here. I was actually raised in an Atheist household, "rebelled" a bit by trying out my friends' Christianity, and then ran back to Atheism as I have a wealth of problems with organized religion.Raised Catholic but no longer one....actually am agnostic and leaning closer to atheist but still searching. I don't believe in religion but I find Wicca, Buddhism and Paganism fascinating and are groups I want to explore.