I just have a question on something that may or may not pertain to this thread. But I saw that Christians are the minority and always seen as wrong. I don't know about all of that, but explain to me how me and other parents that raise our children the pagan way should feel when while our small children (ages 3-8) are being yelled at and called sinners, evil, unloved by Christians when they are at a playdate?
I only ask this because that happened to my boys and several other moms' children while we were having a function for Pagan Parents, by the local Christians of that community. Mind you, it was a public park and they drove there to picket what we were doing, which was to let our kids play on the playground equipment while we had our fun time amongst ourselves.
We are one of the few faiths out there that are still looked down upon, criticized, belittled, threatened and made to feel shame for what we believe by many Christians. Is that right or wrong when we don't really do anything to anyone because of the Rede telling us "And Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will. So Ever Mind The Rule Of Three".
I just don't get that. I've never once tried to force my faith on anyone, but my family (mostly pentecostal) will push me and push me and my children and say some very hurtful things.