In the past decade or so, many people who practice Hoodoo are turning to the Orishas. Before, the connection to the actual African, European, and Native American deities was usually either unspoken or overridden.
The reasons why they are now spoken and embraced is because more people now understand that there is no real conflict between the Spirits and Christianity. Those who believe in the Omnipotent Unfathomable Creator worship the same God who Jesus did. Also, more people are embracing their freedom of religion where they have it, and getting back to their roots.
Many though, are still comfortable with the Christian style of Hoodoo. They don’t feel any particular call to a more African flavor of spirituality, and this is fine for them. It is no less relevant or powerful, nor does it mean that someone has problems with other paths. They simply prefer to do things the way they have done them all their lives, and not to change things up or abandon what have become solid and legitimate traditions.
So if you are one of the more biblically centered types, don’t feel pressure to do things another way if what you’re doing is working for you. This is not a popularity contest.