By Daniel Burke, Belief Blog Co-editor
(CNN) — Like lots of people, when October 31 rolls around, Trey Capnerhurst dons a pointy hat and doles out candy to children who darken the door of her cottage in Alberta.
It is amazing, as in this article, how secular society trivalizes Wicca and Witchcraft. As Christians, we are warned about these dark arts throughout Scripture.
The idea of good witches is most alarming. The very fact, that Neo-Paganism incurs spells from “deities” and other masquerading demons is scary. These unions with dark entities are far from good and can only produce evil-even with the best intentions.
It is also alarming how this article points out how Halloween corresponds with Samhein but makes no mention of child sacrfice of the druids.
Christian Counselors must be on alert for these lies regarding witchcraft and neo-paganism and must warn their spiritual children to be weary of any occultic practice, even if supposed good intentions correspond with it.
I cannot believe for a second that one can delve with these dark entities and still be truly good.
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