From Satanism to Catholicism


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5 responses to “From Satanism to Catholicism

  1. Oof! Almost two hours? You’ve had some great ‘conversion’ testimonies, but this is really challenging my web-crippled attention span. Wonder if I could run it at 1.5 speed? ๐Ÿ™‚

    Going to check it out, though. Satanists! That must be quite a dramatic conversion!

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      Until I took up my new hobby (watercolor pencils), I wouldn’t have considered a two hour YouTube either. So I feel your pain. (Literally … see today’s Grammy Notes!) But this interview is not only riveting, but really important for all of us who are, willingly or not, engaged in the increasing spiritual warfare of our time.

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  2. So, we watched it straight through.

    The tale of the guy’s life was most horrifying because none of the diabolical stuff was a surprise; I’ve read about all that stuff (and can’t unknow it). For all its attempts to shock, evil is ultimately banal.

    The interviewer was pretty good. Sometimes interruptive,* though, and some threads of the story got lost. Also, he kept injecting glib, kind-of juvenile humor, with little of which the interviewee engaged, so it seemed awkward. [*Not as bad as Hannity!]

    The problem with those who say they come out of evil is, how do you know they’re not lying still? This includes “Taqiyya,” the practice of deception and lying in Islam. (Witness the “Christian convert” who blew up in that Taxi in England.) The ex-diabolist may be on the up-and-up, and doing real good work, butโ€ฆ he’s huckstering a book, which adds another shade of suspicion. Maybe he just made it all up! ๐Ÿ˜€

    But if all true, what a horrible life he had, and how marvelous his salvation โ€” I think scripture says something about the glory a spiritually rescued child! (A tasty fatted calf may have been involved.)

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      “injecting glib, kind-of juvenile humor” … IKWYM. I wanted to tell him to knock it off!

      ITA about fake converts and I’m familiar with Satanists who are deliberately active in Christian communities in order to disrupt them.

      But whether or not his personal conversion was sincere, everything he said jibed with what I already know about Satanism, Catholicism, and spiritual warfare, which is why I posted it. In the past, most of us could get by without knowing this stuff. Now, not so much.

      Also, the book was really cheap. LOL

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  3. Oh, yeah – also wanted to note that, when the guy was trying to get away, he “randomly” pointed at an atlas. I know we’re a large state right in the middle of the continental USA map, but I was amused that of all places “by chance” he went to Oklahoma โ€” loads of Christian spirit in this state! ๐Ÿ™‚

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