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Evangelical Resources on Wicca and Neopaganism

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Articles
  3. Books
  4. Websites
  5. Magazines and Periodicals
  6. Observations
  7. Conclusion


Wicca, and the broader category of Neopaganism that encompasses it, is a very recent addition to the North American religious landscape. In particular, these new religions, which often make the claim to be a revival of the "old religion" of pre-Christian paganism, are in all points of fact completely new narratives on history. Although often seen as a religion, Wicca is essentially a psychological technique that denies absolutes and the correspondence of truth. It allows one to wear one's beliefs loosely, and as such is perfectly tailored as a post-modern religious movement.

The goal of this page is to present resources on the topics of Wicca and Neopaganism that would be useful to evangelical Christians. Additionally, I intend to make observations on the state of Wicca and Neopaganism as it currently exists at the University of Texas at Dallas. Because UTD is very different from other traditional University environments, observations made here should not be applied in general to other college and University settings.

As this page could be considered quite controversial, particularly by Wiccans themselves, I need to take a moment to emphasize that I hold myself to a higher standard of source material than a typical fundamentalist Christian (I am evangelical, not fundamentalist) and insist on the use of materials that are respectable in an academic setting. This is a dynamic movement within very dynamic environment; as such this page should, at all times, be considered a work in progress. If, however, you have an issue with any material presented here, I am willing to discuss such concerns by email: michaelh@ductape.net

I love Wiccans. As human beings made in the image of God, they have intrinsic value that is unmatched in any part of creation. They are not merely "souls for the trophy case" as Christians are so often accused of seeing them as, but indeed as people that Jesus Christ came to earth and risked everything to die for. I do love Wiccans, but I love the Truth foremost, and it is my hope and prayer that Wiccans, too, will come see the beauty of the true Logos.

Blessed be, indeed!



Books on Witchcraft from a Christian Worldview

Relevant Foundational Books

Secular Books on Neopaganism

Pagan Books


Christian Resources

Wiccan or Neopagan Websites

"Christian" Wicca

An increasing number of Neopagans and Wiccans see their new religious traditions as completely compatible with their Christian upbringing. In particular, Roman Catholicism is seen as very compatible with Wiccan belief. Venerating Mary Mother of God on Sunday and worshipping the Goddess during the week is seen as a contiguous activity. As such, I highly recommend that reads take the time to familiarize themselves with the problems of Roman Catholicism and specifically Roman Catholic doctrines of Mary.

Magazines and Periodicals


These observations will be added as time permits.


"You are therefore urged to read with good will and attention, and to be indulgent in cases where, in spite of our diligent labor in translating, we may appear to have rendered some phrases imperfectly."

Quoted from Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Old Testament Apocrypha