Neopaganism

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From neo- and paganism, or from neo-pagan and -ism.

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Neopaganism

  1. A modern or revived form of paganism; modern pagan religion.
    • 2003, Edwin Scott Gaustad, Mark A. Noll, A Documentary History of Religion in America: Since 1877[1], ISBN 0802822304, page 603:
      Beyond that, Neopaganism may be most helpfully identified by what it is not, neither Christian nor Judaic, neither monotheistic nor agnostic, neither Oriental nor humanist.

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