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FRONT PAGE  |  2/9/2016
TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012  |  4 comments
Teenager convicted for harassing Pagan
The 16-year-old, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, consistently provoked the female member of staff over her beliefs in what is understood to be the first case of its kind.

A court heard how the defendant discovered through friends that his victim was a Pagan - a legally recognised religion - and then “jumped on the bandwagon”.

Paganism encompasses a wide variety of religious groups, including druids and shamans who worship different deities, and is recognised in law. Some concentrate on witchcraft or ecology.

The Pagan Federation of Great Britain says that those who practice the belief are free to “pursue their own vision of the Divine as a direct and personal experience”. It defines Paganiosm as a “nature-worshiping religion” which incorporates a “rich diversity of traditions”. ...


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Kydle  Find all comments by Kydle
John Yurich USA wrote:
The Archbishop of Canterbury became a druid? I never heard that. And I pay close attention to world news.
Archbishop becomes Druid
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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
kydle wrote:
"The teasing was going to a level where the victim got very upset about it. His parents are not happy with him and have imposed their own curfew"
This is not about "religion" it is about a nasty little kid who obviously needs some firm parental guidance and the necessary chastisement to correct his current disposition.
As for 'paganism' part of the problem is society, especially since people such as the Archbishop of Canterbury became a druid which consequently promotes and validates paganism within an ignorant church which should know better.
The Archbishop of Canterbury became a druid? I never heard that. And I pay close attention to world news.
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News Item5/8/12 3:28 PM
kydle  Find all comments by kydle
"The teasing was going to a level where the victim got very upset about it. His parents are not happy with him and have imposed their own curfew"

This is not about "religion" it is about a nasty little kid who obviously needs some firm parental guidance and the necessary chastisement to correct his current disposition.

As for 'paganism' part of the problem is society, especially since people such as the Archbishop of Canterbury became a druid which consequently promotes and validates paganism within an ignorant church which should know better.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The article while somewhat interesting in itself--it demonstrates this teenager was not a Christian--but was acting like a pagan himself, there were more interesting articles and some of the sidebars. Such as the Anglican lay preacherwho was kicked out of the pulpit for refusing to do homosexual marriages. now that was a Christian action, which was disapproved of by a non-Christian church.
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