Dr.Faustus: Condemned from the Beginning (an Essay on "The Tragical History of Dr.Faustus", by Christopher Marlowe)
"The heart of man is the place the devil dwells in; I feel sometimes a hell dwells within myself."
-Sir Thomas Browne
Ever since it first swept the European continent, Christianity has decidedly secluded all of its members, and nonmembers, who practiced witchcraft or anything related to the occult. Believing the practice to be one of the highest forms of idolatry, as well as a direct disservice toward God, Christians fear witches for their powers and influence. …
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