Month: August 2016

Phriends of Satan

TST AZ would like to welcome our dedicated member Robert Armola to TST AZ Chapter Council and representative for the Phoenix area. Phoenicians can get in touch with Robert if ever there is something in the area that deserves TST's attention. I have provided our contact emails if anyone ever needs to get a hold of the Chapter Heads and Phoenix representative. There is a FB group called Phriends of Satan in addition to the TST AZ members group for members.  Join The Satanic Temple - Arizona Chapter's members forum for news and updates for all of Arizona:https://www.facebook.com/groups/917099315054094/ Join...

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Satan in the Park- September 6th

Hello Everyone! The Satanic Temple - Arizona Chapter will be hosting a gathering at Reid Park, Tuesday, September 6th 7pm-10pm. Ramada location TBA. We hope to bring out friends, allies and potential members for the evening to enjoy a potluck dinner, meet the TST AZ Chapter Council, discuss current campaigns and future events, and the opportunity to ask questions surrounded by friendly and like-minded individuals. Everyone is encouraged to bring some kind of food item for the potluck dinner and one canned/dry food item to donate to charity. Our charity of choice is the Primavera Foundation of Tucson. This...

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Here’s How Liberty Counsel is Lying to Public Schools About the After School Satan Clubs

1) The Satanic Temple doesn’t hate Christianity. The After School Satan clubs aren’t Christian-bashing groups. Liberty Counsel seems to think any religious group that’s not pro-Christian must be against them. That’s how the Christian Persecution Complex works. But it’s wrong. 2) No one is forcing Christians out of the public sphere. They are still welcome to preach and proselytize and annoy the hell out of everyone they meet. Kids can bring Bibles to school, pray before meals, try to convert their friends, and join Christian clubs. Any conflict in this area has only occurred when Christians wanted special treatment...

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After School Satan Club proposal spurs debate on religious activity in public schools

The Roskruge Bilingual K-8 School in Tucson is one of eight schools that received a written proposal to establish an After School Satan Club on Monday, and on Tuesday, lawyers for the Tucson Unified School District demanded that the Satanic Temple remove the school’s name from its website. The temple listed Roskruge as a place where it has offered to present its curriculum, but the district argues that no club has been approved there. [An After School Satan Club could be coming to your kid’s elementary school] Roskruge’s principal, Jose Olivas, sent a voice mail and an email to...

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