Maybe I have it all wrong but when I read the bible about eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil I interpret this to mean that you should not question what is right and wrong but rather believe in a spell that has been cast upon the masses.
Fortunately, we’re all apostles here.
A book is a mirror; if an ass peers into it, you can not expect an apostle to peer out.
Religions define who are witches and what is witchcraft. The concept does not exist without the condemnation of organized religion.
You never have a shred of evidence for the bullshit you post. I see no reason why i should be held to a standard you consistently fail to meet.
You're a ******* idiot, and i occasionally enjoy pointing it out.
My understanding RL is that in the supposedly perfect world of the Garden of Eden, there was no such thing as good or evil. It was only when an understanding of the two concepts arose that the world became imperfect and there was a difference between the two.
In order to regain perfection we need to attain a state where the two concepts no longer exist.
Witchcraft, in historical, anthropological, religious, and mythological contexts, is the use of alleged supernatural or magical powers or spells. It was widely believed in early modern Christian Europe that witches were in league with the Devil and used their powers to harm people and property. The concept of witchcraft as harmful is normally treated as a cultural ideology, a means of explaining human misfortune by blaming it either on a supernatural entity or a known person in the community. Since the mid-20th century "bad" and "good" witchcraft are increasingly distinguished, the latter often involving healing.
Beliefs in witchcraft, and resulting witch-hunts, existed in many cultures worldwide and still exist in some today, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa (e.g. the witch smellers in Bantu culture). Historically these beliefs were notable in Early Modern Europe of the 14th to 18th century, where witchcraft came to be seen as a vast diabolical conspiracy against Christianity and accusations of witchcraft led to large-scale witch-hunts, especially in Germanic Europe.