This is a really common worry. A lot of people coming to Paganism and/or any of the religions under the Pagan umbrella find it hard to leave their old religion behind or to reconcile their new beliefs with a new practise or faith.
Paganism is one of the least dogmatic belief systems in the world. A Pagan does not believe there is one right way or one right path. Each person has the right to adopt (and adapt) the beliefs that work for them. It is your path and if you choose, your relationship with the Gods. If you have a fundamental belief that God (and that’s any God you choose to worship) doesn’t like you doing something then don’t do it.
If you practise your faith or craft in the light of what you believe to be the right thing then no God could ask more from you than that. And no God would reject or condemn you for living your life true to the moral principles in which you believe.
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