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How the Satanists Are Fighting Back

November 9, 2017 alexandercollas 0
Trav Mamone The Satanic Temple joins the resistance. On Tuesday, comedian Jim Jefferies did a segment on his show about the rising number of Good News Clubs across America that aim to scare school children into being Christians. According to the watchdog website The Good News Club: Endangering Children, over 4,000 public elementary schools have a Good News Club, and their textbooks contain over 5,000 references to sin, over 1,000 references to punishment, and over 1,100 references to punishment. The message is, “You were born a sinful person and deserve Hell unless you obey Jesus.” In response, the Satanic Temple [...]
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The “Final Days” of Religion

November 5, 2017 alexandercollas 0
A very good article about what we all already know.... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- By James A. Haught | May-August 2017 Issue: The Truth Seeker With childish supernaturalism, many churches think we’re living in the “final days”–”end times” before Jesus returns for doomsday. Well, the truth may be different. These could be the end times for religion in western civilization. I think we’re entering a new Secular Age when magical supernatural beliefs cannot be swallowed by educated modern people. It’s the final days of faith. By now, it’s obvious that religion is fading in America, as it has done in most advanced Western [...]
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I’m a founder of the Satanic Temple. Don’t blame Satan for white supremacy.

August 25, 2017 alexandercollas 0
Calling hatred Satanic just lets people off the hook.  SOURCE Washington Post   By Lucien Greaves August 23 Lucien Greaves is co-founder of and spokesperson for the Satanic Temple, an international nontheistic religious organization advocating for secularism and scientific rationalism. Some Christian leaders say Satan was behind this march by white supremacists in Charlottesville. (Photo by Evelyn Hockstein For The Washington Post) Soon after the violent white supremacist protests in Charlottesville this month, religious leaders and pious politicians began the usual drudgery of fitting the events into their preferred narratives. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) seized the opportunity to rail against [...]