Sunday, March 12, 2006

Church Arsonists Tied To Satanism

It Looks like our college pranksters may be satanists.

Cloyd wrote to Moseley last summer, as the two planned a road trip: "Let us defy the very morals of society instilled upon us by our parents, our relatives and of course Jesus."

About the same time, DeBusk and Moseley started dabbling in the occult, according to a report by Religion News Service. They told friends they were Satanists on a hunt for knowledge.

DeBusk and Moseley had a darker side, according to friends. They said they claimed to be Satanists, which, they explained, was "not about worshipping the devil, but about the pursuit of knowledge."

Jeremy Burgess, DeBusk's roommate, said he discussed religion with him.

"He told me I was one of the more intelligent Christians he's talked to," Burgess said. "Coming from a Satanist, I didn't know quite how to interpret that."

I'm not at all suprised by this, the" joke that got out of hand" story was felony stupid. I wouldn't have guessed Satanism, but at least this story makes sense. Satanism isn't really a religion in as much as it's an anti-religion. It stands to reason that kids who hate their parents would hate their faith as well. I doubt this story will be seen in the MSM, but if it had been a Christian who had gone looney....


Blogger eyesallaround said...

Great post! I haven't seen this anywhere else and was very interested to know what the story was. I'm going to post this one today also:>) Thanks.. I've added you to my blog roll also.

March 13, 2006  
Blogger Brooke said...

I've heard about this on the news, but nothing about the satanism part.


March 13, 2006  
Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

Bet the ACLU will now demand we teach our younguns this new um...religion..after all...multi culturalism should most def include Satan right?

March 13, 2006  
Blogger kevin said...

eyes, thanks a lot.
WHT, like I said ,satanism is an anti-religion.

March 13, 2006  

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