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Harvard Religious Literacy Project aims to foster understanding

Each religion’s followers tend to believe that their religion is true and others are fake. There is a reluctance to explore other religions for fear of being ‘led astray’, and this reluctance is born of and reinforced by peer pressure, conformity and groupthink. This is why some people find objects of suspicion in things as superficial as other religions’ followers’ clothing, rituals, food, and even hairstyles.

Witch School is a real thing!

Wicca is a contemporary pagan new religious movement developed in England by Gerald Gardner, a retired British civil servant, and introduced to the public in 1954.