Pantano styled ‘Pagan Something’ for Flamboyant, lensed by photographer Emanuele Savoia. The editorial begins with a quote by Theda Kenyon, author of ‘Witches Still Live’: The blackest chapter in the history of Witchcraft lies not in the malevolence of Witches but in the deliberate, gloating cruelty of their prosecutors.
You might think that the entire subject of Witchcraft is long behind us, but this is not so. As theologians use archaeology, cultural anthropology and a host of new discoveries about early Christians to examine the critical question ‘Is God male?’, theologians like Sister Elizabeth A. Johnson, a Fordham University professor, are under attack.
American bishops have issued a 21-page critique governing the future of theological study in the United States, writes the NYTimes.