Auburn, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
Popular culture generally regards Wicca and Christianity as being mutually exclusive religions, but upon closer examination there may be more similarities between the belief systems than many people believe. In his new book, “Even Witches Have Names” (published by Trafford Publishing), Rev. Dr. Richard E. Kuykendall seeks to close the gap between the two religions, using fiction as his bridge, and the result is a thought-provoking read that he hopes will promote discussion and open dialogue.
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Richard E. Kuykendall has been a Christian minister practicing witchcraft for nearly 30 years, studying theology and Wicca. He holds a bachelor's degree along with a Master of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry degrees and is the author of “Prophetess of the Earth” and “Liturgies of the Earth.” He is a contributing author to State University of New York Press's “Magical Religion and Modern Witchcraft” and has published several other articles.
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