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I went to a Barnes & Noble to look at religious books and was sickened to find hundreds of books on witchcraft. I wasn't looking for them, I just ran across them. They were next to the religious section. I distinctly remember a "Witchcraft Kit for Teens." It boasted to include "everything necessary" to empower a teen to cast their first spell. How sad! The devil is really working overtime for our young people's souls. In the next book isle I found a book on the "rapture." Again, I was saddened as I looked up and realized that I was in the "Religious Fiction" section. How sad that so few people genuinely believe the Bible anymore. Our society has become too big for it's own britches, too educated to believe in Biblical fairy tales, too logical to believe in abstract and illogical concepts. The Bible must be accepted by faith! This is true of evolution as well. Friend, there is not one shred of proof of evolution! It is a mere theory wickedly accepted by Christ-rejecters as a fact. Yet, the Bible stands true, never to be disproved. There is much evidence against evolution. Satan has duped the multitudes.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Savior 12 Comments [12/19/2018 11:08:48 AM]
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SpukiKitty

Wicca and similar faiths are growing by leaps and bounds while your kooky perversion of Christianity is shrinking....and you refuse to look within and insist on continuing and doubling down on what you have been doing.

Wiccans and Progressive Christians are waaaaay better than you or your ilk will every be!

12/19/2018 11:45:56 PM

Glandu

Witchcraft is a game. Like, in, "not real". Or, like in "Antique book of myths of legends of the near east - featuring the mad blood god of the desert".

12/20/2018 2:17:52 AM

Anon-e-moose

$cientology is officially - thus legally recognised & tax-exempt by the IRS - a religion. So is Islam. Yet, the former isn't: certainly by HM Inland Revenue.

If you can, come to Britain: specifically Glastonbury. Can you disprove Joseph of Arimathea coming here & burying the Holy Grail somewhere in Glastonbury Tor? Anyhoo, you'll love the town centre.

Where there are so many Arcana shops.

If your particular brand of Christainity is 'Truth', so is Wicca/Neo-Paganism. 'Teach the Controversy' says so, and you don't have the right to think otherwise, Davey-boy.

All that Pagan imagery in Polynesian culture:





So why is it that devout Church of England Christian Sir Billy Butlin had no problem with having so much of teh ebil Paganism in the Beachcomber Bars in his Butlins holiday camps?!

Yet, you have no problem with such inherent in said culture: when you play your Hawaiian Steel Guitars: but at least Sir Billy didn't need to be a hypocrite about it.

Or having such included in his leisure empire never affected him in any way because he was secure in his beliefs. Why so insecure, Dave-o...?!

Someone is from Hawaii:



He became an honorary Brit. [/'Ich Bin Ein Berliner']

So come to Glastonbury, Dave. The only one stopping you: is you.

Hopefully - because of the Devilry you discovered there - you'll never step one hypocritical foot in that bookshop again. Because of the ancient history there: and the magic & mystery of the objects in the above photo, Barack Obama will always be welcome(d) in Britain: and not just Stonehenge.

12/20/2018 3:00:04 AM

K

" I found a book on the "rapture." Again, I was saddened as I looked up and realized that I was in the "Religious Fiction" section. How sad that so few people genuinely believe the Bible anymore."

God, what an idiot.
The 'religious fiction' section is NOT for books saying 'religion is a fiction.' That's where the put books by people who BELIEVE in the rapture and write about the events in the post-rapture world.
Kind of exactly like 'historical fiction' books use actual historical settings, rather than Game of Thrones or something.

Man. You get farther and farther detached every day, don't you?

12/20/2018 5:24:29 AM

Churchy LaFemme


Yet, the Bible stands true, never to be disproved.


So bats are birds, rabbits chew their cud, insects have four legs and pi equals 3. Not only that, but Jesus returned to earth in the lifetime of his followers. Yep, all true.

12/20/2018 7:35:17 AM

Kanna

You were looking on the wrong shelf for "Religion for dummies". We keep those under the counter so the children don't see it.

12/20/2018 9:47:10 AM



" there is not one shred of proof of evolution! It is a mere theory "

Christianity is a mere myth believed only by stupid gullible people and a few kiddie diddlers.

12/20/2018 10:50:58 AM

The Crimson Ghost

Short Eyes, what were you doing in a book store? Everyone knows how you & your ilk hate that fancy book larnin'.

All religions are fiction.

12/20/2018 10:48:21 PM

Swede

Order online if you don't want to be subjected to books you don't like, Kiddydiddler.

Hundreds of books on Witchcraft? That must have been a huge book-store.
Yup, the witchcraft books ought to be next to the religion books.

Dearie, witchcraft is as imaginary as souls and gods. Nothing will happen when that empowered teen cast their first spell.

You're too big for your knee-pants?



There are literal mountains of evidence for evolution, in Museums of Natural History all over the world.
An hypothesis doesn't become a theory without lots of evidence in its favor.
There is no evidence against evolution.
The Bible is so outdated, old-fashioned and contradictory, it pretty much disproves itself.

Satan has duped you, good an proper, Kiddydiddler.

1/2/2019 9:09:37 AM



"Friend, there is not one shred of proof of evolution! It is a mere theory wickedly accepted by Christ-rejecters as a fact."

Theory doesn't mean what you think, moron. Science is made up of nothing but theories.

I assume you got to Guam by plane? All of aerodynamics is a 'mere theory' in science, and yet the planes still fly.

If you went by boat, it's JUST A THEORY when they try to explain buoyancy by water displacement.

If you take medication for your back pain, guess what? You're depending on the MERE THEORIES of medical researchers.

1/2/2019 9:21:38 AM

KingOfRhye

Evolution a "mere theory"? OK, true....it is indeed a "mere" "explanation of an aspect of the natural world that can be repeatedly tested and verified in accordance with the scientific method, using accepted protocols of observation, measurement, and evaluation of results."

1/2/2019 9:44:33 AM

Kanna

You'll notice that "there is no evidence for evolution", because DJS averts his eyes, crosses his fingers, and prays whenever he passes the shelves of science books. This assures him that he already knows everything, and makes sure he never inadvertently lets any facts enter his mind.

1/2/2019 9:49:04 AM

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