I know to a certain extent what the beliefs practices are, on top of at least a few of the members being rather bad at reading, but I’ll put that to the side for now. Whatever the doctrines of Wicca are, what’s their basis. I mean, Islam is based in the Qar’an, which is supposedly infallible. It’s an argument, perhaps a circular one, but it’s there. What evidence is there for Wiccan beliefs being true?
The following list of affirmations and denials are held by most Wiccans. But because there are differences among Wiccan traditions, not every we can will affirm or deny every statement listed here. Nevertheless, the list is accepted by almost all Wiccans
The existence of a supreme divine power known as “The One,” or “The All”
“The All” is not separate from the universe, but part of it.
That from “The All” came the god and goddess.
That the god and goddess are manifested in various forms in the universe.
Nature worship and, therefore, environmental concerns are high.
Divinity is within
That there are different and valid paths to finding the truth about God.
That all creatures have a life force, a soul.
The male and female principles are in balance throughout the universe.
The equality of the sexes.
That each person has male and female aspects that need to be balanced.
The teaching of karma
The practice of rituals designed to attune Wiccans to the natural life forces.
That upon death a person is released back to a place called Summerland
That different paths to spirituality are acceptable as long as they don’t hurt anyone
Personal responsibility for one’s actions
The concept of Heaven and Hell (Matt. 25:46)
The existence of the Devil and the worship of the devil, Lucifer, etc. (Matt. 4:1ff)
The existence of absolute evil (Psalm 34:14; 35:10)
The inspiration and authority of the Bible (2 Tim. 3:16)
A need for salvation (Rom. 3:23)
Moral absolutes (Exodus 20)
That Jesus is the only way to salvation (John 14:6).
The male headship presented by Christianity (Eph. 4:11; Eph. 5)
A religious authoritative hierarchy (Eph. 4:11; Eph. 5)
The concept that humanity is to subdue the earth (Gen. 1:28).