A new campaign by the Satanist Temple aims to rid Texas schools of corporal punishment.
From the outside, this building looks like the many other colonial-style mansions scattered throughout New England. But inside, you’ll find occult art and the headquarters of the Satanic Temple. The Satanic Temple (TST) is a non-theistic group that was founded in 2013. Show More Summary
It's always good to see Satanists who are more rational and reasonable than other believers.
Satanists who are fighting to overturn Missouri abortion regulations claim their motives are to promote respect and the separation of church and state. The Utah Statesman recently interviewed Lucien Greaves, who co-founded The Satanic Temple in 2012. He recently spoke to students at Utah State University. His Satanists group is heavily involved in abortion activism. […]
Former Satanist Warns About the Dangers of Halloween. John Ramirez, who used to be a high-ranking priest within the Satanic Temple before miraculously having his heart opened to the Gospel, shares the story of his personal involvement with satanism and celebrating Halloween in order to warn parents of its dangers. Show More Summary
A Missouri Satanist managed to convince a court that state informed consent laws about abortion violate her religious beliefs. Satanic Temple spokesperson Jex Blackmore announced the lawsuit in September, another step in a long battle between the group and pro-life leaders in Missouri. The group is arguing that Missouri abortion regulations violate their religious freedom […]
One of the nation’s longest waiting periods for an abortion will face the scrutiny of the Missouri Supreme Court after a state appeals court ruled in favor of an adherent of the Satanic Temple who challenged the law on religious grounds.
The Satanic Temple believes that "one’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone," and "beliefs should conform to our best scientific understanding of the world."
Want a gun? There's no waiting period in Missouri. Want an abortion? The state wants women to wait three days, just in case they might regret it later.Satanists are fighting back against that unnecessary delay and they just got good news from an Appeals Court.
The plan is for those who feel "oppressed by the privileged status that religion holds over sexual orientation."
A defeated Tucker Carlson also told The Satanic Temple's Lucien Greaves he must have had an "unhappy childhood."
But fret not, because the solution is easy, and may even make you feel good. The post The Satanic Temple is Trying to Punish Christian Bakers, but Their Plan is Shortsighted appeared first on RedState.
Devil's food cake, anyone?
On Monday, The Satanic Temple delivered oral arguments in front of the Missouri State Court Western Appellate District in an effort to challenge the state’s abortion law. The organization, which views Satan as a symbol of personal autonomy...Show More Summary
“Not everyone believes human life begins at conception,” said the organization's attorney.
Abortion goliath Planned Parenthood is in bed with the Satanic Temple in order to combat Missouri’s ever tightening abortion restrictions in one of the most appropriate pairings in human history. Planned Parenthood’s long battle to keep...Show More Summary
Abortion activists are thanking Satanists this week for making it easier for Missouri women to abort their unborn babies. Together, the abortion giant Planned Parenthood and The Satanic Temple have been fighting viciously to promote abortions and block efforts to protect unborn babies and moms in Missouri. “Abortion access in Missouri is getting easier thanks […]
Planned Parenthood teamed up with satanists in Missouri to expand the state’s abortion business. Breitbart.com reported: Missouri has reportedly doubled its abortion capacity this year “thanks to the Satanic Temple and Planned Parenthood,” who have worked in tandem to fight the state’s restrictions on abortion. Show More Summary
The Satanic Temple is challenging Missouri state abortion regulations in court this fall, arguing that laws requiring that women be provided information about their unborn babies violate their religious freedom. The Fader reports the Satanic Temple spokesperson Jex Blackmore announced the lawsuit Friday, another step in a long battle between the group and pro-life leaders […]