Anti-Witchcraft Bill To Be Tabled In Indian Assembly

From the Hindustan Times, Mumbai, India, April 08, 2011. The bill for eradication of witchcraft and unfair religious practices will be tabled again in the ongoing budget session of the state legislature. The validity of the draft bill that was passed in the assembly in December 2005 but was later withheld by the upper house… Continue reading Anti-Witchcraft Bill To Be Tabled In Indian Assembly

Meanwhile in Malawai: Forty-Five Suspected Witches Jailed

Lilongwe, 6 April 2011 (IRIN) – At least 45 people are behind bars in Malawi on charges of witchcraft, although there is nothing in the country’s laws to keep them there. “The beliefs of the police and courts are becoming the law,” George Thindwa, director of the Association for Secular Humanism (ASH), a local NGO,… Continue reading Meanwhile in Malawai: Forty-Five Suspected Witches Jailed

Former Southern Baptist Student Shares Her Wiccan Views

A refreshing article by Charlotte Kyle from the Murray States News, a student publication out of Murray State College in Murray, Kentucky, features Kyra Ledbetter, a senior from Shelbyville, Tennessee, her disillusionment with Christianity and her conversion to Wicca when she was 13 years old. Excerpts follow. Everything is not what it seems. When people… Continue reading Former Southern Baptist Student Shares Her Wiccan Views