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Religious Halloween candy: Treat? Or trick?

By Rebekah Kuschmider

Some background: I was in the grocery store this weekend buying ingredients for chili to properly kick off the first weekend with both college and pro football. As I was zipping up and down the aisles gathering beans and beefs, what to my wondering eyes should appear but the iconic orange markings . . . → Read More: Religious Halloween candy: Treat? Or trick?

Toyshop owner refuses to sell Harry Potter goods

Fears they may turn children to the occult

A chain of toy shops is refusing to sell Harry Potter products over fears that they encourage children to turn to witchcraft.

Devout Christian Gary Grant owns the chain of Entertainer shops and says he has never sold merchandise from the films in any of his shops, . . . → Read More: Toyshop owner refuses to sell Harry Potter goods

Ouija Boards: Portals of Evil

By Mary Ellen Barrett

On a recent trip to a big name bookstore, while Christmas shopping, I saw in the “Teen Vampire Romance” section there were vampire kits, in the “Wizardology” section there were tarot cards and wizard kits and on a “Family Game Table” were the Oujia boards. Nothing says “happy birthday Jesus” like . . . → Read More: Ouija Boards: Portals of Evil

Exorcist warns parents of rise in ‘demonic’ websites

By Simon Caldwell

An American exorcist has blamed the internet for rising numbers of young people who say they are possessed by the Devil.

Websites dedicated to the occult, witchcraft, Tarot cards, psychics and séances were increasingly exposing young people to demonic influences, said Fr Gary Thomas.

The priest, whose story has just been made . . . → Read More: Exorcist warns parents of rise in ‘demonic’ websites

The Real Occultists?

By Donald Michael Kraig

So I’m driving from L.A. to San Francisco for my book signings and workshops Thursday the 27th, Friday and Saturday. . .and I’m flipping through the radio channels. I came to a Christian radio channel (most are actually more accurately fundamentalist Christian with conservative to right-wing extremist politics). Sometimes things just . . . → Read More: The Real Occultists?

USB – Satan’s Data Connection

By Martin Robbins

Evangelical Christians in Brazil have apparently banned the use of USB connections after claiming the technology is the mark of Satan-worshippers (Hat tip: Fernando Frias). Apparently the revelation came after the evangelists noticed that the USB symbol resembles a trident. Presumably they’re not great fans of Britain’s ballistic missiles either.

English . . . → Read More: USB – Satan’s Data Connection

The Fear is Real

A New View of Halloween “Hell Houses”

By Lucia Hulsether

“Mom, is this going to be scary?” asked an elementary school-age boy waiting in line behind me at the Tribulation Trail in Stockbridge, Georgia. His mother brushed off the question: “It’s only scary if you don’t accept Jesus.”

But at Tribulation Trail fear was . . . → Read More: The Fear is Real

Evangelical Insanity behind Michigan “End Times” Militia

By Frank Schaeffer

A federal prosecutor in Michigan says authorities decided to arrest members of the Hutaree Christian militia after learning “they were prepared to kill.”

When I first learned of the news I went to the Hutaree Militia homepage and was struck by the fact that their site included links to a number of . . . → Read More: Evangelical Insanity behind Michigan “End Times” Militia

Battling The Antichrist By Outlawing Microchips

By Joseph Laycock

Last month, Virginia lawmaker Mark Cole, a Fredericksburg Republican, sponsored a bill in the House of Delegates to prohibit the involuntary implantation of microchips into human beings. “My understanding—I’m not a theologian—but there’s a prophecy in the Bible that says you’ll have to receive a mark, or you can neither buy . . . → Read More: Battling The Antichrist By Outlawing Microchips

Exorcist addresses claims of Satanic influence in Vatican

A renowned exorcist in Rome recently released a book of memoirs in which he declares to know of the existence of Satanic sects in the Vatican where participation reaches all the way to the College of Cardinals. A second demonologist, also residing in Rome, entered the debate this week, clarifying the origins of the information . . . → Read More: Exorcist addresses claims of Satanic influence in Vatican