There is no such thing as christian witchcraft! There is only one Witchcraft and that is Witchcraft the Old Religion!
Witchcraft is not a religion. Witchcraft is a secular practice that can be added to a religion, or stand alone by itself.
You are the weakest link.
Whenever I see someone talk about the “Old Religion”, I just want to flip a table. Actually I feel that way about pretty much anyone who says “I get to define what this religion is and everyone else is wrong by reason of being not me”. I can’t even with OP any time I see her reblogged; her utter lack of comprehension offends me not only as a pagan but as a historian. She’s pretty much 100% wrong on everything she says about both ancient conceptions of religion and about Christianity. Not just interpretation, though she’s wrong about that too, but just plain factually incorrect.
For instance: While the Bible has many proscriptions against things we would now consider “witchcraft”, most of those are in the Old Testament law codes, and have no more relevance following the sacrifice of Jesus of Nazareth than do the proscriptions about, say, shellfish or homosexuality. The few references in the New Testament are about necromancy, so, a certain type of black magic which I gather Christian witches abjure?, and a very few are about seeking advice from mediums or fortune-telling, but only when used in place of seeking guidance from God. If you’re still talking to your God and putting your trust in him, you’re cool so far as the New Testament is concerned. Christian Witchcraft is not a paradox.
I’m not even going to begin on how pretty much any conception that someone in the modern day can be practicing a form of paleolithic religion is just completely impossible, because that is so absurd archaeologically, sociologically, psychologically, and frankly physiologically, that I would not even know where to start.