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Christian-witch
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Post # 1
Hello I am searching for a member who is skilled in the path of a christian-witch. Not a christian-wiccan. Someone who is a christian but uses magick. Contact me if you are skilled in this path.
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Re: Christian-witch
By: / Beginner
Post # 2
It's a christian rule that you shouldn't preform magick, saying that God is your only magick, you pray to him and that's it, and that all other magick comes from the devil.
So if you do magick and you are a christian, basically you're breaking, consciously, the rules, and it's not right.
Just make up your mind, for crying out loud!
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 3
yes it sounds brutal, but I also think that christianity and magic doesnt belong - if you read the bible it says clearly that no magic should be used.
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 4
I know what I'm doing and not breaking the rules. If God won't plow a field for you, you must do it yourself. If he won't do a miracle for you, you must do it yourself.
If he created you in his image, then you get some power, but not as much.
By practicing magic as a Christian is fine. Anyway, I belive my spells are part prayer. I ask for help doing somthing. Not trying to tell him to do it for me.
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 5
Well, whatever floats your boat-I'm not skilled but my suggestion would be to edit spells so instead of 'god/goddess/lord/lady" they're..whatever it is you call your god lol.

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Re: Christian-witch
By: / Adept
Post # 6
Magic has been a part of Christianity since Jesus walked on Earth. Some examples of magic traditions within the Christian faith that still exist today include hoodoo and curanderismo - both folk magic practices that are alive and well in North America.

Don't get modern Neo-Pagan witchcraft magics confused with indigenous and traditional systems of magic that have been used alongside whatever particular religion is being practiced in any given time and area.

Every religion, culture, and geographic region has its own system of magic. Often religion is mixed in. Christianity is no different.

Yes, the Bible prohibits some forms of magic; it also prohibits eating shellfish and wearing clothes of mixed fibers.
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 7
A verse in Exodus states: "Do not suffer a witch to live." meaning being a Christian and a witch would make you a hippocrite. You must make a choice, sever a bond.
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 8
what the bible says now, in english, is NOT what it said way back when in aramaic. ignorance is no excuse for hatred.
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 9
He doesn't have to do anything, actually. If that's what he wants to do, that's his path and who are we to criticize him. Magical people like ourselves usually know how it feels to be criticized/isolated for their choice of faith, and here you are doing the same thing.

One of the reasons many people get involved in the craft is because it's an open minded, personalized and flexible faith. He's not doing anyone any harm, so why freak about it?
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Re: Christian-witch
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Post # 10
Personally I think the path is a bit oxymoronic but that's personal opinion and Im not knocking the path. However what most fail to realize that when you use prayer. It's a form of magick. Whether your just asking for change to healing, it's pushing your thoughts into the universe. Adding Amen to the end of it is just like using "So, mote it be" at the end of a spell for extra uhmp. But no one where in the scripture does it say magick is a sin or wrong. Jesus used it to heal and what not, so did Moses for that matter. Just remember that Magick is found within all paths whether you realize it or not.
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