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).