Kindred Spirits: The Spiritual Ties Behind Witchcraft, Satanism & the Modern Homosexual Movement

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Arthur Evans, author of Witchcraft & the Gay Counterculture, was a 1970s advocate and pioneer of the Homosexual Rights movement.1 His 40-year-old book shows the relationship between Witchcraft and the modern Sodomite movement, and of which modern witches have stated:

“…we believe this book deserves a place within a queer cannon against civilized order. In the context of a renewed interest in the history of…the rise of Christian civilization, this book offers a significant contribution.” 2

Although the book has absolutely nothing to do with scripture, in part, it reinforces what the scriptures have taught all along – that homosexuality and witchcraft are two peas of the same pod. The two go together like a horse and carriage (not love and marriage). Where you find one, the other always follows. One may wonder why this is so, but both Witchcraft and homosexuality represent a pinnacle in rebellion against God. This is why the Bibles’ stance against such things is so harsh. Interestingly, when the word “sinners” first appears in scripture, it’s making a direct reference to the inhabitants of Sodom – the Bible’s first mention of “homosexual” activity:

“But the men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the LORD exceedingly.” Gen. 13:13

After Genesis 19, “Sodom” was only used in a context of its memory. The city was destroyed, but the term “sodomite” survived. It became a label for those sinners who practiced the “exceedingly” wicked sin once found behind its walls. A lust which drove the men of Sodom to seek-out and “know” other men (Gen. 19:4-5).

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Christian Discernment & Bible Versions: Food for Thought

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“Give therefore thy servant an understanding heart to judge thy people, that I may discern between good and bad: for who is able to judge this thy so great a people?” 1Kings 3:9

The key to the discerning of spirits is comprised of two parts. Without these two parts discernment is futile. For the Christian, these two parts include:

(1) The Holy Spirit – This means receiving the in-dwelling of the Holy Spirit by the new birth. Such an action will invite “the Spirit of truth” (the Holy Spirit) which will lead you and guide you unto all truth (John 3:3, 16:13, Ptr. 1:23).

(2) The Holy Scriptures – The scriptures are identified as “a more sure word” than hearing a literal voice from heaven. They are written words magnified above God’s name, which are preserved to outlast “heaven and earth”, and are “a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart”. Through them one acquires faith and the written standard against which all things are measured (see 2Ptr. 1:19, Rom. 15:4, Psa. 138:2, 12:6-7, Matt. 13:31, 24:35, Heb. 4:12, Rom. 10:17 & Isa. 8:20).

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