I'm very eclectic in my spiritual beliefs. I blend Christianity, Paganism, & Witchcraft into my own spiritual beliefs. I also blend aspects of LaVeyan Satanism, Buddhism, and Native American Spirituality into my spiritual practices. I take what I feel is right and beneficial for me personally from each of these religions, beliefs, and philosophies and leave the rest. But to clarify even more, I am a Pagan who embraces the Holy Trinity as my chosen Diety. I worship Father God, Mother Goddess (who to me is the Holy Spirit), and their son Jesus the Christ (the annointed one). I don't believe that The Holy Bible is infalliable. In fact I believe at one time it was the inspired word of God, however, it was written by the hands of imperfect men who have their own selfish agendas. I not only read and study the Holy Bible though. I also suppliment my studies with other Christian and Gnostic texts such as "The Lost Books of the Bible," "The Pistis Sophia," The Nag Hammadi Library," and "The Apocrypha." I look at all of these texts, including The Holy Bible, as spiritual texts that have spiritual lessons within. I apply what I feel is beneficial to me and leave the rest. I also practice Witchcraft... more specifically I'm what they call a "kitchen witch" where hearth and home is my main focus. With that said I am indeed a Christian Pagan Witch... or if you prefer an Ecletic Pagan.
So, disagree with me if you so choose, but religious and spiritual journeys are individual ones. One can't tell another one that their form of religion or spirituality is wrong unless of course someone is being harmed.