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Discussing God With Wiccans

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With popular culture hits like Harry Potter, Wizards of Waverly Place and others, there’s likely kids at your high school or university who’d consider themselves a Wiccan.

HOW DO YOU DISCUSS GOD WITH A WICCAN?
That’s a great question! Recently we told you about an app from Dare 2 Share that helps you to share your faith! It’s a pretty sick app, if you haven’t checked it out yet, get deets here.

This app has a section in it where it links to a resource that helps you to discuss your faith with people who have different beliefs about how they understand the world/life/God/existence (called ‘Worldview’ see our article here). It explores how to have conversation with 13 people, each with a different worldview/belief. It’s under the section called ‘How 2 Share’.

For each person/worldview you’re given a basic description, questions to get the conversation going, areas to admire, a summary of that person’s core beliefs and tips for how to share your faith with that person.

WICCAN HIGHLIGHTS
Here’s some highlights on how to engage a Wiccan person in conversation about God.
Q to ask – Have you ever had a supernatural or paranormal experience?

Areas to Admire – Deep respect for life and nature.

Beliefs – Everyone has the divine (or goddess) within, and everyone has a ‘life-force’.

Tips – Don’t confuse Wiccans with witches, because anyone can practice witchcraft, but Wiccans follow a strict code. Also, don’t confuse Wiccans with Satanists, because most Wiccans don’t believe in Satan or the devil.

GET THE WHOLE STORY HERE

Remember… you can’t argue someone to faith in Christ, but you can (and should) live such a Christlike life that those around you sense, see and experience something different and counter-cultural in you, which opens the door for you to explain the ‘evidence’.

What do you think? Share your thoughts below!

OTHER BELIEFS
Here’s some others beliefs we’ve previously discussed…
Agnostic

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  • Robert Johnson

    First ask if the Wiccan wants to talk about your god. Love how you folks try to trick us into talking about your god like it will magically change our world view.