How Witchcraft Destroys the Church

What happened to the church that radically changed the world in the first three centuries A.D.? Why does the public at large not want much to do with the church today and why does that church seem to be at war with itself? This book examines what some of the answers might be and places

What happened to the church that radically changed the world in the first three centuries A.D.? Why does the public at large not want much to do with the church today and why does that church seem to be at war with itself? This book examines what some of the answers might be and places them in the unusual context of witchcraft; not the witchcraft of ritualistic occult practice but a more subtle and pervasive kind that calls for a reassessment of how we lead our communities of faith in order to avoid falling under its influence.



Meet the Author: Mark Evans

I am not a theologian nor a scholar. I don’t hold any degrees but I do hold a couple of certifications. I have worked in retail sales, construction, moving and storage, broadcasting, law enforcement telecommunications, and information technology. I am currently the Systems and Technology Manager (but my unofficial title is Chief Geek) at a non-profit organization that supplies services to victims of domestic violence and abuse. I have also been bi-vocational over most of my life, working on several pastoral teams and at various para-church organizations.

I joined a church when I was 12 and have been pursuing becoming a “Christian” ever since. The problem has been that in the 43 years I’ve been in the church I haven’t found a consistent definition of what being a “Christian” is. So I have been discovering what being a “Christian” is not. It is not being religious, judgmental, or perfect. The journey of discovery continues.

I am married and we have two grown children. We live in a small community outside of Tucson, Arizona. I enjoy guitar, horses, reading, and cultural development.

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