Now that you and I have postponed the etymology of demons and fallen angels for another thread, I reopen for general discussion here an aspect of the topic at hand. But first, let's review the situation to be clear about a few things.
Lba, post 1
If you think another member has broken the rules, then you call a moderator or administrator. If you think that falsely accusing me of "hijacking" the thread will will scare me off from discussing my thoughts about the OP's post 43, then you're a lousy judge of bullying targets.
Your views that Christianity lacks witchy elements is, in and of itself, a full warrant for rebuttal by any member of the site. I am a member here, and I rise to disagree with the point you made. You will not intimidate me into silence.
I am bullying targets? No, I was simply saying you turned a thread about Christopaganism into a thread about Demonology, and that we should discontinue the course we were on in hopes of having a separate thread for such a conversation.
Report you for what? You actually were contributing we just got off-track,
You read wrong, I said that i would AGREE that Christianity has many witchy things about it.. No mention of lacking witchy things at all..
As for the use of the word "Witch" I don't know when this started happening, but many pagans consider themselves "witches". I guess that happened due to the Church's making the word taboo and also making paganism taboo so they put two and two together?
You seem to be great at research would you mind researching how that happened? There might actually be something to the word itself that relates to the subject that I feel we should explore.
Edited by xFelix, 10 May 2013 - 09:43 PM.