Month: July 2016

The Good News Club: The Christian Right’s Stealth Assault on America’s Children

Katherine Stewart’s chilling exposé of the well-funded, highly coordinated effort by Christian Nationalists to use public schools to advance a fundamentalist agenda. Published in January 2012. “Even those well-versed in the religious right’s attempt to Christianize American institutions will likely be shocked by The Good News Club. Katherine Stewart’s book about the fundamentalist assault on public education is lucid, alarming, and very important.” -MICHELLE GOLDBERG, author of Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism. “Deep reporting and a keen sense of the larger picture….” -KATHRYN JOYCE, author of Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement In 2009, the Good News...

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An After School Satan Club could be coming to your kid’s elementary school

The curriculum for the proposed after-school clubs emphasizes the development of reasoning and social skills. The group says meetings will include a healthy snack, literature lesson, creative learning activities, a science lesson, puzzle solving and an art project. Every child will receive a membership card and must have a signed parental-permission slip to attend. The emphasis on multiple perspectives is a hint pointing to the Temple’s true foe. The group at first intends to roll out the clubs in a limited number of schools in districts that also host an evangelical Christian after-school program known as the Good News...

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Save the Date 11/19

We just could not contain our excitement so we decided to at least let you all know the official date of our Bisbee trip. Mark your calendars for our Satanic gathering at The Quarry Bisbee, November 19th. A facebook event page will be created in a few weeks time along with more details TBA....

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Why a Satanic Temple member wants to perform rituals before a city council in the Bible Belt

For the past six months, Suhor — who started a local chapter of the Satanic Temple earlier this year — has been attempting to perform the invocation before the Pensacola’s City Council in hopes that it will lead to a ban on prayer. The tactic has worked before. In February, the Phoenix City Council banned public prayer instead of letting the Satanic Temple conduct a public invocation that would offend many. Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and four members of the council voted for the change and argued that an effort to silence particular groups could land the city in an expensive...

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Song-and-Dance Satanic Prayer in Pensacola (FL) Temporarily Disrupted by Angry Christians

Misleading title- There was no dancing "If Christians can’t handle non-Christians delivering invocations, no matter how serious (or not) the speakers take it, it’s up to the council members to do away with the silly ritual for good. It’s perfectly legal to say there won’t be invocations at all." - Read the full article and watch the videos on Patheos Let us stand now, unbowed and unfettered by arcane doctrines borne of fearful minds in darkened times. Let us embrace the Luciferian impulse to eat of the Tree of Knowledge and dissipate our blissful and comforting delusions of old....

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