Witchcraft Goes Mainstream by Brooks Alexander
Witchcraft Goes Mainstream: Uncovering Its Alarming Impact on You and Your Family
Harvest House Publishers, 2004
(284 pages, $11.99, paperback)
reviewed by David Haddon
In Witchcraft Goes Mainstream, Brooks Alexander—who converted from the counterculture to Christianity in 1969 and went on to found the Spiritual Counterfeits Project—turns his attention to the accelerating self-paganization of American society. His personal relationships with neopagans in the San Francisco Bay area and his study of historical and modern witchcraft make him a reliable guide for Christians who want to l . . .
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