Something that tends to distinguish me from my fellow Pagans is that I do not believe that “Christo-Pagans” are possible. That goes against the general openness of Paganism. And it flies in the face of our Pagan historical and cultural norms, which tell us to accept just about as many Gods and Goddesses as we can cram into a theology and still have room. Thus a theological bias against Christians in general and Christo-Pagans in particular tends to irritate the Christo-Pagans and embarrass the regular Pagans (it has no effect on the observant Christians, they think we’re all crazy). So now you are either irritated or embarrassed, and for that I apologize.
Unfortunately now I have to tell you I’m halfway wrong. In considering this rather complicated problem I believe there is a place for those who follow Jesus to find a place within Paganism. I don’t believe that makes any sense, but it is not a theological fallacy either.
Let me explain.