Witchcraft: The Emerging One World Religion-Part 1
9/14/2008 & 9/21/2008
A new report claims more than 50,000 women a year have deserted their congregations in the UK over the past two decades because they feel the church is not relevant to their lives. It says that instead young women are becoming attracted to the pagan religion Wicca, where females play a central role, which has grown in popularity after being featured positively in films, TV shows and books.
No one has to hunt for witches anymore; they may own the house next door. Children are being lovingly primed to embrace paganism by movies, games, TV, the Internet and countless sorcery–friendly books. There is certainly no parallel in current pop culture to the Harry Potter books. Not only the books themselves but a plethora of offshoots abound, from The Sorcerer’s Companion: A Guide to the Magical World of Harry Potter by Allan Zola Kronzek and Elizabeth Kronzek, to The Everything Kids’ Witches and Wizards Book by L.T. Samuels.
The truth is that witchcraft is real, and so is the unchanging Christian prohibition against it. There is no difference between white or black witchcraft; neither involve the Biblically revealed Creator Jesus Christ as Lord & Savior, so both are elements of rebellion used for selfish, not Christ–centered purposes. The bottom line is the source of the lying signs, wonders and miracles (that the Bible clearly predicts will deceive the whole world) will derive their power from witchcraft & witchcraft is therefore the essence of the coming one world religion.