If you have trouble conceiving that Christianity and magick can run hand in hand, why don't you read up on renaissance witchcraft. The majority of it is full of nothing but Christian references. Also many Catholic Italians use whichcraft. I was just reading a book on malocchio (the evil eye) and every single chant had Christian tones. It wasn't wrong to practice magick in the Bible. No where does it say that. If that were the case, your mass would be wrong. Your prayers would be wrong. Your prophets and saints would be wrong! Moses and Jesus would be wrong! Witches were burned because they were not Christian and were wrongfully accused of worshipping Satan, a figure that pagans don't even believe in. Christians throughout history killed pagans to remove any threat to their religion's flourish. But I must just add this--killing is one of their own mortal sins. So they were and still are very hypocritical.
If you are Christian, then that's your right. But if you feel wrong about magick than what inspiration made you come here? Almost every biblical figure performed magick. What is healing if not magick? Marriage is a ritual!
You're a perfect Christian right? Never judged, never committed sloth, never wanted something someone else had, never lusted after the opposite sex, never disrespected your parents...I could go on. Let's be real, you have. The Christian ideal is far from possible and anyone who says they are a perfect Christian is a liar. Christian authority scares you into believing such things as magick (things not included in any biblical scripture) are wrong because the path of magick is a very self empowering one. And a self empowered person, is one with their own mind--a mind that may one day choose against the Christian faith. They don't care about your soul! Not that I'm saying you will choose against Christianity. I'm just saying that Christians who use magick are ones who have confidance in themselves just as much as their relgion, and they don't need any authority to tell them what is wrong or right. They read their Bible and listen to their own heart as to its true meaning.