I think it is perfectly disingenuous to deny the Pagan roots of Christianity, and the sooner we instruct Christians in this regard, the sooner they will lose their fascination with the exoteric, which is responsible for the fundamentally liberal values of modern Christianity. Ancient Christianity had no such problem because it was (a) closer to its Pagan roots and (b) not yet democratized, at which point the proles infested it with Crowdism much as they have infested Wicca and Satanism with Crowdism.
Christianity is composed of mostly Greek influences, both from the Greek and through Judaism, which is in many ways a derivative of Greek thought, albeit in a materialistic vein, like Aristoteliaism adapted for desert living. In addition, there are clear Hindu influences in Christianity, as well as European (including Scandinavian, possibly through the influences of the Etruscan people who used a rune-like writing) Pagan origin, and the scattered religious doctrines of tribes from Egypt, Babylon, Persia, etc.
Would anyone be interested in an "Occupy Christianity" movement?
The idea is simple: bring back the Pagan idea of a divine order in which evil and good are in balance, and not all that appears evil is evil, for example the death by natural selection of the unwise.