The Bible says in numerous places that witchcraft is not pleasing to God. How does one who claims the Christian faith reconcile this and try to blend the two?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:28 AM on Jul. 31, 2010 in Religious Debate
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 12:32 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by lovinangels at 12:30 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by MeanMomma620 at 12:58 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by hot-mama86 at 1:17 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
I can say from a Pagan stand point that not many Pagans would dare say who should believe this or that. WE do not tell anyone HOW they should or should not see their path. That is up to the individual and should ALWAYS remain as such. IF the OP has a question about this particular belief then may-hap they should ask an ACTUAL follower of said path. Instead of sending out the Spanish Inquisition.
Answer by pnwmom at 1:30 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by pnwmom at 2:37 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by NotPanicking at 4:26 AM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by KristiS11384 at 4:07 PM on Jul. 31, 2010
Yes Kristi! It is always funny how Torah laws do not apply to Christians, as in you can eat pig and shell fish and you don't have to cover your hair or things like that, but Christians are always using Torah laws against homosexuality and witchcraft. Either it does apply, or it doesn't - not just which ever you like best and leave out the rest.
Answer by LovePeaceHope at 4:24 PM on Jul. 31, 2010
Answer by nicolemstacy at 12:35 AM on Jul. 31, 2010