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What do Wiccans think about other religions?

One of the distinctive characteristics of Wicca is that most of its followers do not believe that it is the only correct way, or even that there is one correct way for everyone. Wiccans are highly individualistic, and tend to believe that it is up to each individual to find his or her own spiritual path, and that what works for one person may not work for another. Because Wiccans generally regard all deities as valid manifestations of divinity, they don't really care what deity their friends or neighbours choose to worship, as long as it provides them with fulfilment and the basis for an ethical way of life.

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