The Satanic Temple has done it again, turning one of the religious right’s best weapons against them.
Federal Judge Dissed In Oscar-Nominated Feature Film Above The Law Satanic Temple Member Fights Missouri […]
The woman says that a state booklet violates her religious views as a member of the Satanic Temple.
"Our laws should reflect the best scientific understanding of the world.”
The Missouri Supreme Court is considering whether some of the state’s abortion restrictions violate the religious beliefs of a woman who is part of the Satanic Temple.
Missouri’s Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday in a case brought by the activist group the Satanic Temple to challenge requirements for women seeking abortions. The Massachusetts-based Satanic Temple filed a lawsuit against the state of Missouri on religious grounds, arguing that a...
A lawsuit argues that a Missouri statute for women seeking to terminate their pregnancies promotes the Christian viewpoint that life begins with conception.
The Missouri Supreme Court will hear a Satanist’s argument this week against a state informed consent law that she alleges violates her religious freedom. NBC News reports the court is scheduled to hear the Satanic Temple’s appeal Tuesday. A federal judge threw out the case in 2016, saying the plaintiff, “Mary Doe,” a member of […]
The effort to hijack "religious freedom" to legalize discrimination continues to be plagued by members of Satanic Temples invoking the same law to secure personal freedoms that governments routinely curtail. [Huffington Post] Cy Vance...Show More Summary
There will be a showdown with Satan on Tuesday in the Missouri Supreme Court. Read more...
"Mary Doe" argues that the law is based on a religious ideology contrary to her own.
The Satanic Temple, an activist group based in Salem, Massachusetts, is threatening to sue Twitter for religious discrimination after one of its co-founders had his Twitter account permanently suspended....
The Satanic Temple's co-founder says Twitter shut down his account due to religious discrimination.
Christmas is under attack! The Satanic Temple was one of the many faith organizations who applied to put a tree at the record-breaking Christmas in the Park event in San Jose, an event that in no way abridged the separation of Church and State because it allowed any religion to participate. (more…)
A Christmas tree decorated by the San Jose chapter of the Satanic Temple found itself without its elaborate tree topper Saturday, after the prized mask was allegedly stolen.
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