You have every right to interpret the bible anyway you see, true. But it goes beyond logic or reason to say witchcraft is not evil. Your generic god is your god, but he is not the God of the bible.<quoted text>
You don't know me or know anything about me. My handle is my business. The God I know doesn't have hate in his heart nor would he condone us running around here with pitchforks after those who are "evil". I swear some folks think that if you don't attend their church and have their exact beliefs that you are going to Hell. You may know a different God than me. That's your right. The Bible is certainly up for interpretation and I will interpret in my way if you don't mind.
from high-school freshman to Ph.D's, aposte christians insist that general good in all religions points to general truths which make men generally acceptable to a general God, who deals in generalities.........but the God of the bible has one book, one saviour, one faith, one Lord, one baptism and one way to heaven.
warning people of the dangers of witchcraft and the occult is not running around with pitchforks after those who are evil.