Christian Wicca: The Trinitarian Tradition

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Nancy Chandler, Jul 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 216 pages
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Christian Wicca:  Oxymoron or the Best of Both World?

Finally, a how-to guide for practicing Wicca, celebrating the return of the original Christian Trinity: the Father, the Mother, and the Holy Son Jesus.  This book is written expressly for Wiccans who wish to walk the spiritual path of earth-based religions, but do not wish to surrender their Judeo-Christian background.  Nancy now offers a simple solution to the rapidly emerging ChristoPagan community.

Wicca, the Old Religion, or the religion of the wise, is the fastest growing form of spirituality in the United States.  Many modern and eclectic Christians have no problem recognizing Jesus as Lord, but instead have a problem accepting the dogma of the organized church.  Seekers are also feeling the absense of the Female aspect of the Divine and wish to re-establish the Goddess in their spirituality.

In the wake of the discoveries of the Nag Hammadi Library, for the first time since 100-300 A.C.E. - the yin of the Christian faith is seeking to restore it's yang!  Despite the overwhelming evidence that there is a Divine Mother --- no one has applied this information to Wicca and the Holy Days of the Wheel of the Year.   "Christian Wicca: the Trinitarian Tradition" does this very task, outlining the Sabbats, the Esbats to include the Holy Trinity . . . also introducing observances expressly for Jesus, called Kyriats!  Blessed Be!!


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If anyone is interested in combining the old ways with Christianity, they should start with this book. It is a basic outline of how to mesh Christian and Wiccan/Pagan thought. Read full review

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