Witchcraft: Exploring the World of Wicca

January 21, 2018 - Comment

Presents an introduction to witchcraft and discusses biblical studies and philosophical arguments in assessing witchcraft and neopaganism

Presents an introduction to witchcraft and discusses biblical studies and philosophical arguments in assessing witchcraft and neopaganism

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Cameron B. Clark says:

A Useful Reference Work for Neo-pagans and Christians The book is divided into three parts with nine chapters as follows: PART I: The Contemporary World of Witchcraft {1 – The Contemporary Craft: A Relativistic Religion, 2 – Convictions of the Contemporary Craft: How Witches View Deities, Death, and Life, 3 – Setting the Stage: The Theoretical Framework for the Practices of Witchcraft, 4 – How Does the Witches’ World Work? The Structure and Practices of Witchcraft}, PART II: The Biblical View of Contemporary Witchcraft {5 – The Word of God: What…

StalkingGhostBear says:

Pagans, not Christians, should read this book This is a book that all Pagans should read, not because it is insightful or well balanced but because it is necessary for Pagans to understand what Christians think about their religion and the attack on ones religious beliefs Christians will make. I will be the first to say that it is a difficult book to read. Many pagans are either infuriated or amused at the strange notions about our religion the Mr. Hawkins has.Because Pagans are generally tolerant of other religions we are often…

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