I see there is no reasoning to be done here..
Despite the fact that Christian practitioners of folk-magic have been prevalent from at least the 15th century in Britain, that Catholicism itself is steeped with what can be considered theurgy, thaumaturgy, and other forms of higher magic, and that certain interpretations of the Bible & Apocrypha portray miracles as workings of God through whoever so is performing them, Christian witchcraft must be a load of bull.
And this is ignoring that the definitions of witchcraft and the definitions given in the Bible are specific and probably mistranslated whilst being out of date with the definitions considered to be of nowadays practice. This is ignoring the fact that not all practices are malicious, considered ‘sorcery’, and other terms specified in scripture.
Oh and of course witchcraft being secular can only be used alongside certain religions.. Note my sarcasm..
No, there is no reasoning to be done here..