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Wicca's Charm: Understanding the Spiritual Hunger Behind the Rise of Modern WitchcraftWicca's Charm: Understanding the Spiritual Hunger Behind the Rise of Modern Witchcraft
Catherine Edwards Sanders
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Thousands practice Wicca and other forms of neopaganism. Sanders, an investigative reporter, decided to find out why. Her journeys took her from Halloween rituals in Salem to anti-globalization protests in New York. She uncovered seekers awed by creation's wonders and the life-giving energy of women. 256 pages, softcover. Shaw Books.
     

 

 

 
Goddess Worship - Zondervan Guide to Cults & Religious Movements SeriesGoddess Worship - Zondervan Guide to Cults & Religious Movements Series
Craig Hawkins
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The Twentieth century has seen a remarkable revival of "the Old Religion," as adherents of Neo-paganism call the native religious traditions of Europe and tribal traditions from North America that predated Christianity. Many neo-pagan groups identify with Celtic, Egyptian, Native American, Norse, or Romans traditions; others with modern science-fiction motifs; still others with witchcraft.
     

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Rick Godwin
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What is witchcraft, and how can I know if it is affecting my life? Is there witchcraft in the church? Are God's children engaged in the activity of witchcraft, without even knowing it? If you are asking these questions, Exposing Witchcraft in the Church may help.
     

Witch-Hunts, Purity and Social Boundaries: The Explusion of the Foreign Women in Ezra 9-10Witch-Hunts, Purity and Social Boundaries: The Explusion of the Foreign Women in Ezra 9-10
David Janzen

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The anthropological approach to the expulsion of the foreign women from the post-exilic community argues that it was the result of a witch-hunt. Its comparative approach notes that the community responded to its weak social boundaries in the same fashion as societies with similar social weaknesses. This book argues that the post-exilic community's decision to expel the foreign women in its midst was the direct result of the community's inability to enforce a common morality among its members. This anthropological approach to the expulsion shows how other societies with weak social moralities tend to react with witch-hunts, and it suggests that the expulsion in Ezra 9-10 was precisely such an activity. It concludes with an examination of the political and economic forces that could have eroded the social morality of the community.
     
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