Statesboro, GA, USA
That's true, but "Neo-Pagan" is kind of ecclectic isn't it? If it means "New Paganism", just add the new diversity to the wide diversity of ancient paganism! Therefore its bound to have borrowed. (And no, I don't think borrowing in this sense is a bad thing).
And while I think there are some important fundamental aspects of religions which cannot be syncretized (representing real forks-in-the-road), I agree with you that all religious beliefs have a HUGE field of common ground. Even from a distinctly Christian perspective, other religions represent as much of a searching after the One True God, as representing a kind of distance from him.
Anyway, in addition to your very decent motivation for this thread, I've seen a societal trend to marginalize religious belief (of ANY kind) into an extremely privatized subjective non-public realm where it is implied (if not outright spoken) that its all garbledyguck anyway, and matters about as much as what color socks you pick. The title of that survey reminded me of this styrofoam approach to religion in the drive-through lane. I've just seen that it doesn't have to be that way.
Carry on, I'm probably not lighthearted enough for your intentions here I know. But oh well, still enjoying the thread thus far.