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1) Wicca says 'do what thou will, and harm none.' It revolves
around spell casting that wiccans believe is akin to 'prayers.'
There is a big difference in between spell casting and praying.
Casting spells is forcing ones will on other people, manipulating
them and their circumstances, and controlling other people and
their circumstances, for their own good.
They are literally forcing their will to happen in the circumstances...
This is opposite of what Jesus said in the Lord's prayer,"Father
Thy will be done." Jesus said to pray the Fathers' will
to be done, since God is the only being that is everywhere all
the time, and all knowing. God is the only one that can know
what is best for everyone in the circumstances!
2) many Wicca's use the excuse that 'we don't do evil with
out power,' and 'well, that's black witches that do that stuff,
were into white witchcraft.'
The issue here is this, any spell is controlling another person
or situation to bring forth our own, will as opposed to God's
will for us. Wiccans will admit to love spells controlling other
people, yet will justify casting spells for things such as an
apartment that they are wanting, or the like... not considering
that there may be a rapist living next door to that apartment,
or some other unexpected bad thing. This happens because humans
are not all knowing and therefore we should ask for the Fathers'
will to be done as in what Jesus said to pray, and not force
our own our will to be done.
3) When wiccans say that 'we don't do evil with our power,'
what they are really saying is that they could do evil if they
so chose. There answer to that is that if they do evil that
it will come back on them three fold... and that is the only
deterrent for 'getting even,' or doing black witchcraft.
The real issue here is why would anyone serve a deity that would
allow them to do evil if they so chose to. The God of Abraham,
Isaac, and Jacob says that He will turn His face from us if we
do evil. This God, the God of the Jews, Does not empower anyone
to do evil. In order to do evil one has to go over to the enemies
side. In wicca, why does their goddess and god, give them the
power to do evil if they chose to do it. Would an all knowing
being give the lesser intelligent creation the power to do anything
that they chose, good or evil? No, an all knowing being would
not. It would be like giving a 5 year old a gun and telling them
to not harm anyone!
The God of the Jews allows us to do evil, as he does not force
His will on us, but he NEVER empowers us to do it!!! Some wiccans
believe that the creators (goddess and god) had to have created
evil also since it exists...
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, did not 'create,' evil.
Evil is simply anything that is outside of His will. He is
not duel in nature, 'there is no shadow in His turning,' as He
never sins and has NO evil in him. Evil was the result of not
doing His will, or rebellion against His will. He gave us the
laws of Moses to know what His will was, and if man committed
any of the forbidden acts, it was then considered evil since
it was not God's will for it to happen.
4) If nature was god, then there would be no envirionmental hazards
to fight, because nature would be able to heal itself. Nature
is the creation and not the creator, therefore, it can not heal
5) Many see wicca as a religion that has been the most descriminated
against. It has become a mentality among wiccans to constantly
degrade the Christian faith, because they feel that they are
suffering extreme harrassment from Christians and this gives
them a martyr mentality. Christians have suffered more persecution
than any other religion that has ever existed, and much of it
was from goddess worshippers. The goddess worshippers of Rome
nailed Christians onto crosses, writing sidico above their heads
which means heretic. The crosses stretched for miles and miles
outside of Rome, on every road. The crosses were taken down
every three days and new ones put in their place. They forced
Christians to fight each other to the death in their coliseums
for their own sick amusement. Bringing the persecution up to
more recent times, the new age movement in Nazi Germany, started
by the Nazi party and their fascination with the occult, killed
six million Christians before they began emphasizing Christians.
There are many Christians still being killed for their faith
today in Islamic countries, China, and many other countries.