- Jun 1, 2004
Taken from other resourse from internet...
Paganism does necessitate a belief in Divinity.
I find this strange - to myself, religious and spiritual systems almost always point to some expression of the Concept of God in some form of other, whether this be in the form of a personal God or gods, or aspects of the universe as a living, even conscious, principle.
Yet I've seen people refer to themselves as "Agnostic Pagans" and even seen reference to "Atheist Witches".
Somehow this doesn't seem to make sense in the traditional definition of Agnostic: "nothing is or can be known of the existence or nature of God".
However, is that too rigid a view, or is spiritual humility indeed a form of Agnosticism?