College Brain Washing Now Includes Witchcraft
Higher education, not so much. If it seems like colleges have become finishing schools for grooming, you’re right. The classrooms spend less and less time on actual education and more and more time trying to convince students that biology and science suddenly don’t exist. In their free time the students, who are perpetually offended by everything, spend their time taking part in appalling demonstrations.
The Washington Stand has revealed that there are schools in both the U.K. and the United States that are now offering witchcraft, just what this generation needs.
In America, it’s Rice University that teaches Gnosticism, which in layman’s terms, was a religious movement in Christianity. It held that the path to escape the suffering of the earthly realm lay through the acquisition of secret, divine knowledge. Esotericism, that refers to certain kinds of hidden knowledge, particularly those found within initiatory mystery societies. Others focus on the idea of discarded knowledge, or knowledge labeled heterodox by orthodox religions and shunned as superstition by science. Mysticism, the belief that direct knowledge of God, spiritual truth, or ultimate reality can be attained through subjective experience. The college offers a “certificate” from its religion department that focuses on magic, ritual and witchcraft.
In the U.K., the University of Exeter in England, will offer a master’s degree in witchcraft, magic and the occult starting next year.
Albert Mohler is the President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Stand explained that in a recent podcast:
“Mohler discussed how these are universities that once understood the universals, the good, the beautiful, and the true, to be held together within the Christian worldview, which Jesus Christ is the unity of all truth.’ But we are now in a time, he added, where Christ is removed as the unity of all truth, and these universals have been divided, which leads to programs centered around ancient paganism.”
The Stand, in another interview with Joseph Backholm of the Center for Biblical Worldview, reported that the interest in magic is nothing new, dating back to biblical times.
“Witchcraft was specifically condemned in Deuteronomy, when King Saul consulted the Witch of Endor in 1 Samuel.” Still, Backholm explained that humans are “wired with an interest in the supernatural. Magic is sometimes where we turn when we want access to supernatural power, but we don’t want to submit to anyone. It creates the illusion of power with control. All supernatural power that is not from God is from Satan. It’s real power, but it comes at a tremendous cost that isn’t disclosed up front.”
“Satan’s goal is just to keep the crown of God’s creation humanity, from knowing their creator. Both atheism and magic accomplish that goal, so Satan is happy with either choice. Atheism is for those who think something can come from nothing and magic is for those who can’t quite shake the idea that there is something more but still want to be in charge of themselves.”
Sounds perfect for Gen Z. They don’t believe in science, or biology, but magic, I’m sure they will hold close to their hearts. In any other time in our history this type of thing wouldn’t be offered because there would be no interest. Yet today, I’m betting they will have to add classes for the overflow.
Avoiding reality is this generation’s specialty. Now a girl that thinks she’s a guy, or a guy that thinks he’s a girl will also think they’re magical.
Future politicians, no doubt.