(Faith & Freedom) The Satanic Temple recently announced multiple new after-school clubs across the country, raising concerns from religious leaders about the impact that pushing Satanism on students could have in the future.
This is not isolated to areas where New Age mysticism is popular. It’s spreading and sprouting in public schools across the nation.
Penny Nance, CEO and president of Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest women’s public policy organization, says: “Parents need to wake up and understand false ideologies are everywhere and they must train up their children to follow the one true God of love, not one of evil and destruction.”
Be informed, not misled.
The Satanic Temple (TST) describes its religion as a “scientific, rationalist and non-superstitious worldview” and TST’s National Campaign Director June Everett told NBC affiliate WAVY that the purpose of the clubs is to go “to schools where other religious clubs are operating” to provide an alternative. (Read More)