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Hour of the Witch
My family on its journey to try and find Biblical truth came across one of Steve Wohlberg's TV prophecy seminars. We were so impressed with his material that we have decided to promote his books and other material at no gain to ourselves, other than knowing that others can make the same amazing discoveries of truth that we have from his books and videos. If you have enjoyed reading his material on Wicca presented here, then you will find his book called “Hour of the Witch” an absolute must have. Discover the truth about the dark side of Wicca by reading Steve Wohlberg’s eye-opening book, Hour of the Witch. You won’t be able to put it down!” It is available on book and video from www.whitehorsemedia.com.

Steve Wohlberg is also an expert on end time prophecy and has an excellent book called “End Time Delusions”. Steve's most comprehensive book on Bible prophecy separates facts from speculative fiction and reveals what the Bible really teaches about Earth's last days. Topics include: The Rapture, 7-year Tribulation theory, Antichrist, Israel, Babylon, God's temple, Armageddon, Protestant Reformation, Preterism, Historicism, Futurism, Islam in prophecy and more. I am sure you will find this to be one of the most enlightening books you will ever read on Bible prophecy. This book is also an absolute must have.

Reader Reviews:

Harry Potter, Wicca and the Bible, April 17, 2005

Reviewer: V. Mulder “Stephen D. Mulder” (Templeton, California)

This is a TERRIFIC book. Steve Wohlberg has taken great pains to carefully document Harry Potter's relationship with modern witchcraft and Wicca. He then contrasts the difference between Wiccan and Biblical teaching. He draws from many sources, avoiding injecting his own opinion into the controversy until a fair analysis of both sides has been made.

This is the kind of book EVERY parent should read, because it gives a perspective that is balanced, and fair. It gives the reader a chance to consider Harry Potter, Wicca, and the Bible from a point of view that may not be popular--it may not be what you're reading in the media, but reminds us that the Bible condemns witchcraft in ALL forms. Wohlberg moves on to show that the Bible's teaching--even its strongest warnings are for our protection and welfare. One powerful chapter that should not be missed is, "The Spell: It Is Only Fiction!" Wohlberg's critics will always jump at this claim. But the fact is, "Fiction is a powerful communicator of ideas that influence thought and behavior." Fiction is a tool to teach, much like a Biblical parable can convey a powerful message. As Wohlberg states in his close of that chapter, "Albus Dumbledore says, 'Truth is generally preferable to lies.' This isn't right. Truth is always preferable to lies." Why is this important? Because as Wohlberg points out, the Bible warns us about a powerful fallen angel who opposed God by mixing truth with error to mask his deceptions. Wohlberg effectively contrasts two opposing philosophies. One popular with the world and lauded in the media, the other built on Biblical teaching. This is much more useful to me than those who are shouting that Harry Potter has nothing to do with real witchcraft, or worse, that real witchcraft doesn't exist. Buy this book! It pays to have new perspective.

Pottermania, Wicca, & the Embracing Love of God, April 18, 2005

Reviewer: Pam Bolton (Oregon)

Hour of the Witch is an exceptionally well-written, well-organized book. The author’s premise, that the Harry Potter books can and do impact the very thoughts and lives of individuals, is meticulously researched and documented. While the book is understandably from a Christian point of view, Steve Wohlberg maintains an open heart and concern for those with opposing viewpoints, and offers words of hope and encouragement to all. There is no “witch-bashing” or maniacal, frenzied fire-and-brimstone diatribes. On the contrary, Hour of the Witch brings careful and considerate Christian views to the subject of Wicca and it’s relationship - overt (easily seen) and occult (hidden) - to the exponentially growing fascination with the Harry Potter phenomena. But the love and Word of God is first and foremost declared in this book. As a former witch, I highly recommend Hour of the Witch - to parents, to teachers, and even to practitioners of the Craft.

Hour of the Witch! By Steve Wohlberg April 19, 2005

Reviewer: Mike R. (Sacramento, CA).

“Hour of the Witch” is an excellent book!

First of all, the book is engaging. I couldn’t put it down. It is very well researched, documented and written. Steve Wohlberg does a great job of explaining in very simple terms what Wicca is and demonstrates that much of its belief system / life style is indeed reflected in the “Harry Potter” series.

Unlike other works on this topic, “Hour of the Witch” does an outstanding job of addressing Wiccan beliefs and the Harry Potter debate in a respectful way so as to avoid the negatively charged emotions often associated with these controversial subjects. The Author understands that those who practice Wicca (far from being evil monsters) are most often very pleasant, sincere individuals who are honestly attempting to tap into supernatural powers to do good - just like “Harry Potter” does in the stories. And who wouldn’t like to do that? Herein lies the allure of “Harry Potter”.

Many see no harm in “Harry Potter,” while others misunderstand and condemn Wiccans based on pre-conceived ideas. This book will help tremendously in opening minds and hearts on either side of this controversy.

While the warnings in this book against Witchcraft (which are all Biblically based) are straightforward and non-apologetic, the author does not attempt to condemn those who practice Wicca. Instead, he masterfully explains Wiccan beliefs and practices in simple terms, shares the truths of the Bible, and then compares and contrasts the two belief systems, illuminating the dangers that the Bible foretells can come upon those who open “alternative” spiritual gateways. The book is filled with excellent insights and should go a long way in helping readers on both sides of the debate. Whether you like or dislike “Harry”, or if you are a practicing Wiccan, “Hour of the Witch” is a must-read for all.

Hour of the Witch! By Steve Wohlberg May 9, 2005

Reviewer: Mark Bishop, Ex-Occultist, www.ex-witch.org (Dallas, TX)

I found “Hour of the Witch” to be a refreshingly sane look at Wicca and some of the cultural pressures which help it to flourish here in America. It is a balanced look at the topic from a Christian perspective, and I for one, appreciate the lack of shrill sensationalism that generally accompanies a book on the subject from a Christian author.

Use this link to view other books and products from WhiteHorseMedia. The information and deceptions exposed in these books is something we all need to understand and share with others.

Is Witchcraft the Way?

Is Witchcraft The Way

If you are a Witch, Wiccan or Pagan, we invite you to read this tract which has been adapted from the book “Hour of the Witch” by Steve Wohlberg

In our fast-paced, crazy world, we need to contemplate the whisper of the wind, the stillness of forests, the song of birds, the peace of moonlight, the dance of spring. One rapidly growing movement highlighting appreciation for nature with its seasons and cycles is called “Wicca,” a spiritual path that uses Witchcraft. Many young people are now exploring Wicca because organized religions often leave their souls unsatisfied. Others get “turned off” by so-called “Christians” who make Christianity nauseating.

Wicca is a nature-based religion offering its followers a connection with “Mother Earth,” which they often call “the Goddess.” It claims that by “tapping” into Earth’s energies and “nature spirits” people can cast wholesome “spells,” perform “white magic,” and improve their lives. Obviously, we all need improvement, but is connecting with nature spirits the right way to do it?

Pam Bolton (Oregon) was a practicing witch for many years. Her heart had longed to belong to a spiritual group, and she liked the idea of experiencing magickal power. Witchcraft seemed perfect—designed just for her. Pam had the books, athame, cauldron, candles, altar, jewellery, and runes: everything she needed. Yet as time went on, what had promised fulfilment turned frightening. Unexpectedly, dark troubles entered her soul. According to Wiccan teaching, “Satan” and “demons” don’t exist. So what were those voices inside her head? Negative energies?

Her own thoughts?

Pam was clueless. “Protective” spells didn’t help either. Eventually, this quiet and devoted young lady entered a nightmare filled with hostile spirits trying to destroy her.

Pam later met a Christian man who was different. He wasn’t a witch-basher, yet he showed her what the Bible plainly says about evil. “Satan is real,” Pam was kindly informed, not just a figment of “Christian imagination.” She was also told that what she thought were friendly forces of Earth, Water, Air, and Fire, where really sneaky and malicious “spirits of devils” (Revelation 16:14) in disguise. This was not what she wanted to hear. But the seed was planted—and it wouldn’t go away. As time went on, Pam read for herself what the Bible teaches about God, creation, the entrance of evil, tricky fallen angels, and being “saved” from sin and death through personal faith in Jesus Christ.

As Pam’s internal conflicts deepened, in desperation, she began praying to Jesus asking Him to rescue her from dangerous supernatural forces. After many struggles, something miraculous happened inside her heart—she found peace! What Pam had sought in Witchcraft, she found in One who said, “I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life” (John 8:12).

If you are searching for deeper insights about the Creator of life, consider what the Bible teaches about God, sin, and salvation. Instead of promoting evolutionary theory, this ancient Book contends: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1). Dancing from the Creator’s hand, our entire universe—from distant stars to complex living cells—sprang into existence. Everything was beautiful. The crowning act of this cosmic burst came when the Supreme Intelligence created two perfect human beings named Adam and Eve “in the image of God” (Genesis 1:27). Adam and Eve were given freedom to eat from every tree inside an exotic Garden called Eden (see Genesis 2:8). Yet in His infinite wisdom, Earth’s Maker created one tree—“the tree of the knowledge of good and evil”—which He commanded Adam and Eve to avoid as a test of their love for Him. Earnestly, He warned that if they tasted its forbidden flavours, they would “surely die” (Genesis 2:17).

In the branches of this forbidden tree an invisible entity named “Satan” (a malevolent fallen angel) spoke soothingly to Eve through a serpent (see Genesis 3:1-4). Mocking God’s Word and replacing truth with lies, this subtle spirit promised Eve enlightenment and godhood. “You will be like god” (Genesis 3:5), the deceiver whispered. Foolishly, Eve took the bait. That very act of trying to become a little god is what the Bible calls “sin” (see Romans 5:12); and it plunged Adam, Eve, and their descendants—including you and me—into an ongoing battle between the forces of light and those of darkness. The enemy has not changed and is doing the same thing today with the Bible Ten Commandments.

In mercy and love, the Infinite Creator responded unselfishly by sending His Eternal Son, Jesus Christ, to be incarnated as a God-Man and to live among us nearly two thousand years ago (see Micah 5:2). He saw humanity’s loneliness, pain, and confusion, and in fulfilment of mysterious biblical prophecies, this God-Man suffered the horror of sin’s death penalty when He died on a splintery cross outside Jerusalem. “Christ died for our sins…He was buried, and He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). After dying, He rose to life.

In contrast to the delusive muttering of nature spirits (who are really fallen angels in disguise), the Resurrected God-Man extends His personal invitation to each of us: “Come to Me, all you who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). While some Christians may fear you, or not understand you, Jesus Christ knows you fully. He loves you just as you are, and offers you forgiveness no matter what you’ve done. He gave peace to Pam. He wants to give you peace too, but He waits for your permission.

We invite you to thoughtfully consider the Son of the living God. The Bible says that He loves you with an eternal love, died for your sins, and opened the door to peace forever with Him. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).

If you are a Witch, Wiccan, or Pagan, and would like to learn more about your Creator and His Son, we recommend www.exwitch.org and Steve Wohlberg’s insightful book, Hour of the Witch.

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About the Author

Steve Wohlberg
Steve Wohlberg is Speaker/Director of White Horse Media and hosts the national radio show, World News and the Bible. He is the author of ten books and has been guest on over 400 radio and TV shows.
His web site is www.whitehorsemedia.com. 1-800-78-BIBLE.