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Influence of Wicca in the United Methodist Church - An example of how liberal feminist theology is brining witchcraft into the UMC. (The Clinton's former church?)

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Does the Bible actually say anything about this religion that claims that it is older that Christianity? The answer may surprise you!
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Any objective person will find that Wicca is made up of fables, vain imagination, paganism, blasphemy, lies, tales, heresay, and a seemingly endless list of ceremonies, magick, sabbats, etc.
:confused: Sounds like all religion to me. *edit* ..all organized religion. ;) :D

Do you dress your kids up for Halloween? What do you think the authors of the Bible would think about that?
We define good or bad in relation to the Bible and the Bible ALONE.
So when do you move to Salem and burn these people at the stake?
 

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46Tbird said:
:confused: Sounds like all religion to me. *edit* ..all organized religion. ;) :D
HA! You got that right.

Originally posted by 46Tbird So when do you move to Salem and burn these people at the stake?
No doubt. That link disturbed me 281. I'm no longer Wiccan, but the blatant lies and misconceptions in that link are pretty offensive none-the-less. Hollywood has played a huge part in giving Wicca the bad wrap it has today, taking old religious misconceptions/fears/prejudices and blowing them way out of proportion. Contrary to what that author thinks, there's a huge difference between "And it harm none, do what thou will", and "Do what thou will shall be the whole of the law". The Satanic inverted pentagram is a mockery of the Wiccan pentagram, and it was meant to be from the very beginning of Satanism.

If you are at all interested in learning the truth about Wicca, and not just blindly believing what the movies or the someone tells you, head to your library and start looking. If there's any mention of Gerald Gardener, you're looking in the wrong books ... he started the Neo-Pagan revival of Wicca. He put a lot more emphasis on rituals/sabbats/covens, etc. 99% of what you'll find on the internet pertains to Gardenarian Wicca. I personally feel that Gardener was a fruitcake.
 
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