Ye shall not surely die

Joseph Fischer

paperback/ gebrocheerd: € 12.00

ISBN: 978-90-813984-9-7, 184 blz., June 2010, Engels
Formaat: 20.3 (h) x 13.3 (b) x 1.5 (d) cm. Gewicht: 240 gram.

trefwoorden: Gemeente, Kerk, God, Satan, Satanisme, Evangelie, LaVey, Antichrist

Ye shall not surely die

Satanism is a dying religion.
‘Ye shall not surely die’ is a commentary on ‘The Satanic Bible’ (abbreviated TSB).
TSB was written by the deceased high priest of The Church of Satan, Anton Szandor LaVey.
The Church of Satan pretends to be an atheistic religion that denies the existence of God and Satan, however it soon becomes clear that LaVey contradicts himself.
He calls the powers of darkness in the name of Satan, and he greets them as a brother. How can he insist not to believe in Satan, when he says:
‘In the name of Satan, the Ruler of the earth, the King of the World, I command the forces of Darkness to bestow their infernal power upon me! Open the gates of hell, and come for the from the abyss to greet me as your brother (sister) and friend.’

Burton H. Wolfe - in his Introduction of ‘The Satanic Bible’ – calls Satanism ‘a blatantly selfish, brutal philosophy’.

In ‘Ye shall not surely die’ the statements in TSB are rebutted by logic and the Bible.

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