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Christian in the Craft
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Post # 1

I am writing this because I was wondering if their are any other Christian Practcing the Craft with Home Rituals and Spell Casting. I feel is shows my faith in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit greatly.

Does anyone know how to make holy water the correct way. If you can help me with this, It would be greatly helpful.

Blessings,

Miyako (My New Name)

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Re: Christian in the Craft
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
You can not be a Christian and cast spells,because in Christianity it's a HORRIBLE sin.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
"In Christianity it's a horrible sin" is something of a misunderstanding. There are certain types of magic that are considered sinful. The "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live" is a mistranslation. Originally the quote was "Thou shalt not suffer a necromancer to live". This is because death is supposed to be sacred in the Christian faith and they believed that people shouldn't mess with a person's body after they died.

Many devout Christians practice magic. If you are going to talk about Christianity you should probably research it a bit better and not just quote what you think is right without looking into it. There are plenty of Christian stories about people using the power of God to accomplish magical deeds (parting of the Red Sea anyone?). Look into it, you will find that I am correct.

Of course there are Christians who don't know about the mistranslation and assume that all magic is evil. You can't make a generalization about Christians that way because there are so many different beliefs among people who are all Christian. Some Christians think divorce is a terrible sin, some don't. Some Christians think that magic is a terrible sin, some don't. It is all a matter of personal interpretation of the doctrine.

Anyway, I am a Christian and I practice magic. As for the original question, there are many ways to make holy water the correct way. When I need it I usually just type into Google "How to make holy water" and use whichever method feels right for the purpose. You will usually need some kind of spring water, salt, ash, rose water and there are several other ingredients that may or may not be included. Keep in mind there are many different types of holy water. You should choose the type that suits your need.

Magic isn't always about the Goddess or pagan pantheons. The Judeo-Christian tradition has always had some very powerful energy work bound up in its prayers. Magic and Christianity aren't mutually exclusive.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 4
I'm a christian and I do magick, I believe it's only a sin to use this power for the wrong reasons.

I'm sorry I don't know about holy water.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 5
no , its wrong. christ said no worship paganism so magick too. ( i am a pagan , but i want things to be real ) if u're a chrisitan witch u're a not real christian or a not real witch.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 6
If you wish to study Christianity you must read the Nicene Creed. Before that, all Christians and Jews believed in magic. The Bible is full of magic! A Catholic priest uses magic every day at Mass. I think how people get a bit mixed up is with the idea of Pagan. According to the Nicene creed any belief that is not Christian is Pagan. So this does not only mean witchcraft, but Islam, and all the other religions. It is not so much that Christians do not believe in witchcraft; it is that witches do not believe in Jesus as a God. Merely as a wise man.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 7
I was a strong devout Christian before. Then when my father died I sort of went through a spiritual crisis. Just before he died, I started to learn about wicca and paganism unexpectedly (long story). Anyway, during this crisis, my eyes opened and I slowly, over a period of nearly 3 years, left Christianity after I had embraced that I am a witch and a paganism lifestyle and practice. I am a studier. I studied the bible hard. According to it, the answer is no. However, chose your own beliefs and practice. I think a persons religion is/should be personal choice. You are the creator of your own belief and practice.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 8
Very well put, Brysing.
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 9
I believe that, we still can do magic as long as we keep connected with God, and use magic ONLY for goodness not for killing, bringing doom, cursing other people.

I am a Christian :)
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Re: Christian in the Craft
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Post # 10
i agree with you isaac but not with you brysing.
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