The freedom to worship the one true God is a beautiful thing.
The freedom to worship the one true God in ways that may well differ from the way in which another worships the one true God is also a very beautiful thing.
This, of course, does not make the open worship of Satan a good thing, or even a permissible thing, yet that is exactly what the most popular Pagan (or Pagan-influenced) “leaders” and “experts” of the day would have us to believe. (See: Note to ‘Merica: There is no “God-given right” to worship false gods. Repent accordingly.)
They would have us to proudly celebrate and champion all across the globe the notion that we are somehow “free” to worship Satan, Allah, or any other false god that we like.
They would have us call this profoundly evil thing good.
They would have us call evil any truly good (meaning biblical) prohibition against the free and open worship of false gods like Allah and Satan.
And, amazingly, they have been telling us this for so long and “educating” us along these lines for so many generations now that even most professing “conservative Christians” in America now agree with the proposition that the “religious liberty” of a Satanist to openly worship and proclaim the godhood of Satan is a good and precious thing.
This All-American (and wildly anti-Christ) approach to “religious liberty” is the subject of this week’s installment of The Fire Breathing Christian Podcast.
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Again, I’ll practice my faith openly, where and when I want. There’s not a damn thing you or your “god” can do about it. All bark and no bite.