Demons, how to deal with them!, submitted by . I never thought battling demons for my immortal soul could be so horrifyingly boring! This rambling, Biblical quote-heavy, and downright incoherent web site claims to feature tips on how to preserve your soul from the evil attacks of evil demons. One quoted verse of scripture bleeds into another and into another and on and on. I clicked one of the links to make it go away but it just took me to some awful shit about speaking in tongues or something.
Do I need to speak in Tongues, to be born-again?Not to be born-again. Nowhere in John three does Jesus ever, say that a person needs to speak in Tongues, to be born-again! Cf. John 3: 14 And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up:
Okay, I get it. No... wait, I, er, no. The most confusing thing about this site, above and beyond the soup of bible quotes jammed together with HTML so poor it makes them seem like a "Sabrina: The Teenage Witch" fan fiction story with no paragraph tags, is the neat way the links on the left keep changing every page. They seem to mutate almost randomly; sometimes half of them will disappear and be replaced with two new links, while other times there will be only two or three links total. Now if only Jesus would guide me to the back button! Any demon willing to accept my soul, I offer it to you for eternal torment in hell in exchange for you closing this IE window. Thanks Bael!
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