There is not just one type of Christian Witch: There are several!
These are some of the various types of Christian Witch:
Witches for Jesus
Pagans for Jesus
I thought I'd offer up some definitions as best I could. If you want to challenge that definition, go right ahead! :) This is a discussion about what each term means and how it identifies types of Craft and/or worship. If you think a definition isn't correct, please amend it with your own :)
Christopagan (1a): One who believes God exists in all gods of traditionally pagan pantheons; that each pagan god is effectively a part of God.
Christopagan (1b): One who believes in the Christian Pantheon of angels, saints, and Biblical figures
Witches for Jesus (2): A witch who practices the teachings of Jesus as a person, but may or may not include a belief of Jesus as the son of God
Pagans for Jesus (3): A pagan who practices the teachings of Jesus as a person, may or may not believe He is the son of God depending on the person and the worship
Trinitarian Wiccan (4): Similar to Christian Wiccan (or synonymous?), Trinitarian Wiccans are driven by belief in the Bible and Jesus Christ as the son of God. They believe that the Goddess is part of the Holy Trinity, as opposed to a separate entity from God, and usually in the form of the Holy Spirit.
Christian Wiccan (5): Similar to Trinitarian Wiccan (or synonymous?), Christian Wiccans are also driven by belief in the Bible and Jesus Christ as the son of God. They typically take the more traditional route of Wicca and God and Goddess worship and consider the Horned God as God from the Bible.
Christian Witch (6): A Christian of any denomination that practices Witchcraft, usually through Prayer Magick, candle magick, and intentions, though they can practice various types of magick. Usually, Christian Witches are solelywhite magick workers. Christian Witches may or may not have a belief in the Wiccan Goddess.
Gnostic Christian (7): A Christian with a belief in the Gnostic teaching of the Demiurge, Sophia, and the True God. Typically they practice the art of Kabbalah.
In my opinion both the terms Christian Wicca and Trinitrian Wicca are misnomers as the two religions are completely opposite to one another. Christian Witchcraft, on the other hand is a perfectly reasonable combination.
I respect your opinion, however I would have to disagree, since you dont have to be Polytheistic to be Wiccan. There are many traditions of Wicca, including some that dont even believe in gods. So if one can be Atheist and be Wiccan then they can also be Monotheistic or Trinitarian and be Wiccan. Plus the Wiccan Creed is very similar to the Golden rule in Christianity. Catholics in the Middle Ages practiced Wiccan holidays such as celebrating the winter Solstice as well as partaking in other pagan and Wiccan practices. I have met Wiccans who are also Catholic, so I think it can work, since Wicca can be blended with any religion minus Satanism.
Another thing to note about Christopaganism, is that it can also be a combination of Monotheism and Animism. That is the belief that the Christian God is the one true creator of the Universe and the pagan gods are nature spirits empowered by human worship.
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