After School Satan Clubs Spreading to More Schools

In Genesis 6:5, we read:

“The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.”

Combine this with one of the basic laws of physics that say a vacuum cannot exist in an open system and you find yourself with people whose hearts are evil continuously, who reject everything about God, the Bible and Jesus. In the absence of good, they tend towards evil, hence the rise of things like Satanic worship.

God requires us to hold to a set of standards that he sets, not us. Satan traps unsuspecting people into believing that they have no one to answer to in life except themselves, so anything goes. It goes hand in hand with today’s society of self, hedonism, homosexuality and every other prevailing perversion. People believe that by not being a slave to God that they are free, when in reality, they are becoming slaves to sin.

In an attempt to spread this horrible anti-God way of life, After School Satan is an organization forming after school satanic clubs in public schools, and it’s all perfectly legal. According to their website:

“Is Satanism in schools legal?

Yes. The Supreme Court ruled in 2001 in the case of Good News Club v. Milford Central School that schools operate a “limited public forum” and that, as such, they may not discriminate against religious speech should a religious organization choose to operate an After School Club on their premises. Christian evangelicals — particularly the Child Evangelism Fellowship — have taken advantage of this ruling ever since. As it is illegal for the schools to discriminate against specific religions or preference others, After School Satan Clubs cannot be denied wherever Christian, or any other religious clubs, operate.

What do children learn in the After School Satan Clubs?

All After School Satan Clubs are based upon a uniform syllabus that emphasizes a scientific, rationalist, non-superstitious world view. While the twisted Evangelical teachings of The Good News Clubs “robs children of the innocence and enjoyment of childhood, replacing them with a negative self image, preoccupation with sin, fear of Hell, and aversion to critical thinking,” After School Satan Clubs incorporate games, projects, and thinking exercises that help children understand how we know what we know about our world and our universe.

So Scientific Rationalism is a religion?

No, Satanism is a religion that endorses scientific rationalism as our best model for understanding the natural world. Just as a moral sense of altruism exists independent of any religious construct, scientific rationalism is the best method for understanding our physical universe, regardless of what religion we identify with. A religion need not make exclusive claim to a value, ethical principle, or practice, to advocate its advance.”

Note that by scientific rationalism they are actually referring to the THEORY of evolution, and I emphasize theory because that’s all it is a theory that has developed into a religious belief. Yes, evolution is a religion, NOT science. Evolution is a way of interpreting scientific facts based on presuppositional beliefs of origins – billions of years and no God. Evolution operates the same way creationism does, interpreting scientific facts based on presuppositional beliefs. Evolution interprets facts through filtered glasses of billions of years and creationism interprets the same facts through the filtered glasses of the Bible.

The After School Satan Clubs, headquartered in Salem, Massachusetts, are geared for kids as young as 5 years of age and up. They will only serve to further brainwash kids against God and Jesus and the only source for absolute truth, the Bible.

A number of families in Taylorsville, Utah are concerned about the first After School Satan Club in the state, forming at Vista Elementary School. According to club sponsor Chalice Blythe:

“Kids naturally have that ability to be curious and question things. We’re basically just saying we should bolster that.”

Moises Esteves, with Child Evangelism Fellowship described the people associated with the Satan club as ‘very confused folk.’ Then Esteves commented about the After School Satan Club, saying:

“They’re compelled by their despise of God and despise of anything Christian,”

“It’s a parody, it’s a publicity stunt. Their strategy is to scare the daylights out of the school system.”

Sadly, in today’s anti-God decadent America, we are going to see more things like After School Satan Clubs and more and more of the American people travel down the wide and easy road to eternal destruction.

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