Oops! From your source....<quoted text> witchcraft laws were much more a phenomenon of secular courts and governments than religious- a few witch hunters abhorred all women-most had nothing to do with Christianity. They were secular like the democrats of today.
Why not educate yourself with some history there yeah hoo instead of spewing the same crap to fit your muzzie loving agenda?
"...Surprisingly, the Protestant reformers often agreed with Rome, that witches were a clear and present danger. All four of the major western Christian "churches" (Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Calvinist, Anglican) persecuted witches to some degree or another.(Eastern Christian, or Orthodox Churches carried out almost no witch hunting).
None of these persecutions could have been carried out without the permission and cooperation of secular governments. In only a few small regions, like the Papal States and various Prince-Bishoprics in Germany, were religious and temporal government leaders one and the same. But in all the rest of Western Europe, secular princes ultimately decided whether or not witches were hunted. Still, religious leaders carry a large share of the blame for the hunts, since secular princes often hunted witches on the advice of the clergy. Princes hunted witches because Church leaders taught them that witches were disturbers of the peace, destructors of property, and killers of animals and people...."