It sounds as though you are saying that all beliefs are equal. I have found this to be not true. I have found this through the immediate and tangible reality and through spiritual experience.
In fact, regarding spiritual experience, I became enlightened shortly after being involved with the occult for some time. During that pre-enlightenment, I studied mostly Eastern thought. I also looked at some Western teachings. Aliester Crowley was most interesting to me. Looking back, it baffles me that I considered myself agnostic during this time. The evil-one, and yes I intentionally left the quotation marks off of evil, is very tricky.
The story goes on, but the bottom line is that there is Truth, and the only way to know Him is through Christ. Furthermore, the Word is pretty clear regarding the occult. There is nothing anybody can do to change the truth of this matter. Ignoring it only puts it out of conscience mind (and only temporarily at that) but it remains buried deep within the heart for a person’s entire existence.
Please feel free to respond. Although it is inherently difficult, I am trying to make this as much of a two way conversation as possible. The only way I could see anyone combining Christianity with the occult is by taking scripture and saying that it isn’t necessarily true. This, to me, seems unwise.