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Satanism and the truth of Christianity

Father Heathen

Veteran Member
We have Satanists who don't believe Satan exists in any form whatsoever, those who consider him to be simply a myth, and those who believe him to be as real as the god of Abraham. So, just what are these philosophies that bind the three together?

Was St. Frank's link not adequate? There's also google if you were genuinely interested.
 

ScottySatan

Well-Known Member
Was St. Frank's link not adequate? There's also google if you were genuinely interested.

He's predicting that someone here will give him an answer and he's probably right. This is a place for discussion. If links and Google are adequate, then we should just scrap the whole god damned forum.
 

Saint Frankenstein

Wanderer From Afar
Premium Member
No it wasn't.


NOW you want to pawn off the responsibility. I thought you knew what you were talking about. My mistake.
It seems that you are here more to argue than anything else. Basically, what Satanists have in common is that we tend to be rebellious, antinomian types who have a disdain for organized and mainstream religions (which we tend to view as slave religions) and so we tend to have a fondness for the "bad guys" of various mythologies - "demons", "devils", "fallen angels", maligned deities who challenged the oft patriarchal father figure type of the pantheon, etc. It's a sort of personal and spiritual anarchism, is generally individualistic and we tend to be focused on empowering ourselves and pursuing our own goals, rather than submitting ourselves to something perceived as "higher".
 

Skwim

Veteran Member
It seems that you are here more to argue than anything else.
What gives you that idea? That I ask a question which is handily pawned off "There's also google if you were genuinely interested." and remark on the evasion?


Basically, what Satanists have in common is that we tend to be rebellious, antinomian types who have a disdain for organized and mainstream religions (which we tend to view as slave religions) and so we tend to have a fondness for the "bad guys" of various mythologies - "demons", "devils", "fallen angels", maligned deities who challenged the oft patriarchal father figure type of the pantheon, etc. It's a sort of personal and spiritual anarchism, is generally individualistic and we tend to be focused on empowering ourselves and pursuing our own goals, rather than submitting ourselves to something perceived as "higher".
Okay! Good enough. Thanks for an answer that makes sense.
 

Desert Snake

Veteran Member
No doubt this has been asked before, but not being able to post much here I've never bothered to look.

Anyway. . . . . . Does Satanism require a belief in the truth of Christianity?

Probably not. Satanism is quite varied. If you mean theistic Satanism then, it will depend on what the person /satanist/, has in their theology, in the first place.
So, no....however for some, it might, or have to.
 
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