The Satanic Temple :: By The Gospelist

The Satanic Temple :: By The Gospelist

Satanism is now a religion in the United States of America.

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof….”

This apparently means that any group of degenerates that wants to call itself a religion has all the rights of those who founded this country. No matter how depraved a religion is, the Godless believe it was the intent of the founding fathers of this country that they receive equal representation along with the true faith as expressed in the Bible.

The fact is that the writers of the Bill of Rights could not have even conceived that the American people would come to consider Satanism a religion.

In keeping with this warped interpretation of the U.S. Constitution, the Satanic Temple was allowed to erect a public display at the Iowa State Capitol.

Those who lacked the moral fortitude to say ‘no’ to this foolishness easily capitulated to this nonsense.

According to the co-founder of the Satanic Temple, Lucien Greaves, the display represented the Satanists’ rights to religious freedom.

The freedom to corrupt and destroy is not freedom; it is anarchy. The freedom to call good evil and evil good is not freedom; it is licentiousness.

Licentiousness and anarchy lead to totalitarianism and slavery, not freedom.

If the Satanic Temple members believe so passionately in their cause, they should go to a Muslim country and erect their ‘public display’ at one of their capitols. This Greaves character could then “relish the opportunity to be represented in a public forum” in a Muslim nation.

I would certainly relish watching what the Muslims would do to this joker if he tried that stunt in, for instance, Pakistan.

Greaves could explain to the Muslims, ‘My feeling is if people don’t like our display in public forums, they don’t have to engage with them. They don’t have to view them.’

I could make the same argument for posting the Ten Commandments in a public square, but that would be infringing on the religious liberties of atheists (irony intended).

He has a great point, however. Now if he will only make that point to people who are not as loving and forgiving as Christians, I will accept his feelings as sincere.

Greaves assures us that the display was only meant to remain for 14 days, so we can rest assured that members of The Satanic Temple are not unreasonable.

However, it seems that a Mississippi man was not willing to grant this request. He trampled on the sacred rights of The Satanic Temple and vandalized their wonderful display.

This ‘villain’ who is an enemy of the U.S. Constitution will be charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief. He was released on bond, but he is now at the mercy of the courts in Iowa, who will no doubt be eager to protect the rights of the degenerates.

He has been offered a plea deal to be charged with fifth-degree criminal mischief, but he has not accepted this. The authorities in Iowa would also like to charge him with a hate crime.

However, there is no such thing as a ‘hate crime’ because this idiocy is clearly a violation of our First Amendment rights.

Several of the denizens of Iowa were outraged by this act of sabotage against this noble and important display.

According to KCCI Des Moines, at least one person was shocked at the destruction of this illustrious monument to Satan:

“I would never do that to somebody else’s property, and I don’t think it’s right that other people, based on their beliefs, think that they can do that just because they don’t like it,” said Jessica Cornish-Tilstra, who drove three-and-a-half hours with her daughter in-part to see the display.

Ms. Conish-Tilsa told KCCI that she feels the display is a form of inclusion, especially during this time of year when there is more than one holiday.

Gee, Satan got left out of the festivities celebrating Christ? I can see why that would upset her.

The Satanic Temple wasted no time playing the victim of evil Christians by lamenting that their statue was destroyed by a small-minded bigot. However, they were eager to put another one up.

And, once again, they received no resistance.

With as much gall as they could muster, they expressed concern for their safety because Christians are notoriously violent and dangerous.

They then self-righteously advised that “visitors traveling together use their 7 Tenets as a reminder for empathy, in the knowledge that justice is being pursued the correct way, through legal means.”

That statement took almost as much gall as it took to create their seven silly Tenets of their faith (or lack thereof). I am certain that they expressed the same concern for the destruction of property during the BLM riots (sarcasm intended).

I dealt with these ridiculous tenets before in my article on spiritual warfare, but I will do so again in this context. It should be noted that the left sure does love their high-sounding inanities.

Tenet One: One should strive to act with compassion and empathy toward all creatures in accordance with reason. I wonder if they shared this tenet with the BLM anarchists or Antifa, who destroyed the property of innocent people (rhetorical question, the answer is ‘no’).

Tenet Two: The struggle for justice is an ongoing and necessary pursuit that should prevail over laws and institutions. The gentleman who destroyed the Satanic display pursued justice and engaged in an action that should have prevailed over misguided laws and institutions. I am certain that TST sent lots of money to his legal defense fund.

Tenet Three: One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone. Mr. Greaves will find out how ‘inviolable’ his body is if he tries this stunt in a Muslim country. We will patiently await the condemnation of TST of all fifty-five countries ruled by Islam.

Tenet Four: The freedoms of others should be respected, including the freedom to offend. To willfully and unjustly encroach upon the freedoms of another is to forgo one’s own. When Christians call the LGBTWHOCAMEUPWITHTHISBILGE? to repent and are arrested or fined for it, we will expect a vigorous defense from TST.

Tenet Five: Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs. The TST believes that life comes from lifelessness and order arises spontaneously out of chaos (i.e. Evolution). All their basic beliefs are a complete distortion of the scientific facts.

Tenet Six: People are fallible. If one makes a mistake, one should do one’s best to rectify it and resolve any harm that might have been caused. This tenet is so vague, it is completely useless. By the way, how can TST be a religion if its members describe itself as a ‘non-theistic’ group?

Tenet Seven: Every tenet is a guiding principle designed to inspire nobility in action and thought. The spirit of compassion, wisdom, and justice should always prevail over the written or spoken word. (1) each tenet is nonsensical, way too broad, and therefore useless; (2) the term nobility is undefined and therefore unusable, and (3) a spirit is the nonphysical part of a person that TST does not believe exists.

Using our compassion and empathy in accordance with reason, we can now conclude beyond all doubt that each member of The Satanic Temple is nothing more than a lousy hypocrite. That should not come as a big surprise, as these people have given themselves over to Satan.

Whether they believe in him or not.

TST’s new religion has begun to catch on in this country. As the faith of the American people begins to wane, these people have discovered that they can share their evil with our children with little resistance.

They have even gone so far as to inaugurate after-school Satan clubs.

Further, The Satanic Temple has now aligned itself with the abortion industry to aid them in their mission to slaughter innocent children. They have announced their online abortion clinic, which offers telehealth screenings and abortion medications for those who want to take part in its “religious abortion ritual.”

They believe it is crucial to remind us that we have the right to control our own bodies and of the ramifications of losing that right. Of course, they fail to remind people that they should control their own bodies before they fornicate, therefore negating their desire to kill the resulting offspring.

And they are not capable of informing the fetus, whose own body is also ‘inviolable’ according to worthless Tenet Three, of its right to not be ripped apart in the womb.

The Satanists have now inaugurated their pogrom of the world’s first religious abortion clinic. Its primary purpose, although unstated, is to ensure that those who seek an abortion never begin to experience pangs of conscience when they execute their child.

This is done by performing an abortion ritual, which includes “a personal affirmation that is ceremoniously intertwined with the abortion.” In this way, the mother seeking the abortion can further harden her heart against the Lord while committing infanticide.

The Satanic Temple is everything we would expect from a Godless, demonic organization. Its adherents have blazed a path to hell, and they would like to take as many unwary souls with them when they go.

Of course, it is not just sacrificing one’s child to the selfish desires of the mother that the Satanists want to protect. The Satanic Temple is also fully on board with the LGBT mafia.

According to Lucien Greaves, nearly half of Satanists identify as LGBT. I would be surprised if the number was not much greater than that. There is no doubt a great deal of sexual confusion among those males who would join this effeminate group.

The Satanic Temple preys on those who feel ‘disowned and disenfranchised’ from traditional religious institutions. In other words, unrepentant sinners are easy prey for these Satanists.

One of their early actions was to inaugurate the “Pink Mass.’ This attracted many LGBT people who were looking for a community that did not see them as defined by their sexual orientation.

It is very difficult to find these kinds of people because all LGBT members define themselves almost exclusively by their sexual orientation.

Greaves pointed out, “Our chapters are always involved with Pride parades in the United States, they’re always doing something for the LGBTQ community, and they’re always open about ‘inclusion.’”

Unfortunately, their chapters are likely to have nothing to do with those who have left the LGBTQ movement due to repentance, so their talk about ‘inclusion’ is pure nonsense.

Greaves, with false bravado, stated, “We will always fight…to the death to ensure that there are equal rights in the gay community.”

Once again, we look forward to them fighting to the death in Muslim communities in defense of their perversions.

If they are too scared to go to a Muslim country, they can start in Detroit.

The Satanists prefer to describe themselves as not really religious and do not actually worship Satan but are far more interested in trolling Gospel-believing Christians.

They are so deluded that they have convinced themselves that they are not really worshippers of demonic entities.

They justify their evil by claiming, “As such, we do not promote a belief in a personal Satan. To embrace the name Satan is to embrace rational inquiry removed from supernaturalism and archaic tradition-based superstitions.” They operate under the notion that they are working to hone critical thinking and exercise reasonable agnosticism in all things.

That fruit sure does sound good and is pleasing to the eye.

By the way, agnosticism means lack of knowledge. Declaring oneself an agnostic is another way of asserting that one has embraced ignorance. One can try to intellectualize one’s way around it, but that is the only rational conclusion that can be drawn.

According to Greaves, “Our beliefs must be malleable to the best current scientific understandings of the material world, never the reverse. In other words, there is no truth, there is only what apparently the majority of scientists are saying on a particular day.

Boy, the evil Globalists are going to love these people. They have purchased more phony ‘science’ than you can shake a stick at.

Finally, Greaves lays out the very basis of his Satanic philosophy. Our group “holds to the basic premise that undue suffering is bad, and that which reduces suffering is good.”

For all their Satanic nonsense, talk of reason, and basic Tenets of their faith, what we find is that they are nothing but a bunch of hedonists. They live to maximize pleasure and minimize pain.

No one wants to suffer but to live by the primary Tenet, “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die,” is a waste of life. When the people of the prophet Isaiah’s day made this proclamation, after being called to repent, God replied,

“Till your dying day, this sin will not be atoned for.”

As for those who might be seduced by this group:

“Do not be misled: ‘Bad company corrupts good character.’ Come back to your senses as you ought, and stop sinning, for those who are ignorant of God—I say this to your shame” (I Corinthians 15:33-34).

The members of The Satanic Temple are very bad company, and those who associate with them are making an eternal mistake.

Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap. For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap corruption, but the one who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal life” (Galatians 6:7-8).


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