[b]Satanic cults in fashion in Rome[/b]Satanic cults are on the rise in an unexpected location Rome, says a Catholic priest."There is a greater openness towards the devil," said Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican's Chief Exorcist, to the Christian Broadcasting Network.Father Pedro Barrajon, a Catholic priest in Rome, stated, Satanism and the occult are in fashion.The overwhelmingly Roman Catholic nation of Italy has an estimated 800 satanic cults, with more than 600,000 followers. But Rome, home to Vatican City and the pope, is where the fiercest spiritual battle is taking place. ...read more: www.christianitytoday.com
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Evil and its influence continue to linger thruthe centuries. The Devil does not yet know heis a defeated foe; and he is angry for he knowshis time is short!!
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How about this article from Christianity Today:Are the Quakers Going Pagan?http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2008/aprilweb-only/118-11.0.htmlginnyrose
Are the Quakers Going Pagan?
Your question reminds me that it is all too possible for us to create an idolatrous tombstone of once living biblical Christianity.
"True Satanism puts man at the centre of the universe and is a noble expression," Dimitri said."
I have a question: in the pre-reformation era when men stood up to the status-quo and brought about change, was the Catholic church then as wicked as popular Protestant Christianity is today?