Kjos Ministries, submitted by J.C.. These go-getters sure do have a nice page on the Internet. I like it much better than the Something Something page that puts my radio programs up for you folks, but Rick is an okay guy so I won't knock him too much. Kjos Ministries has a lot to say about the awful values our children - well not mine, I don't have any children - are being force fed in schools and from the media other than 1480 AM WRRR "The Whir!" They take special offense to that seductive temptress of children into the grim crucible of the Unlord, "Harry Potter".
Chuck Colson praised Harry and his friends for their "courage, loyalty, and a willingness to sacrifice... for one another—even at the risk of their lives." Those qualities can be found in almost any culture. But, according to the Bible, a brave person is no more free to pursue paganism than a coward. Harry's occult skills -- witchcraft, sorcery, casting spells, spiritism, interpreting omens and "calling up the dead" fit into a category God tells us not even to discuss. "For all who do these things are an abomination to the Lord...." (Eph. 5:10-12, Deut. 18:9-12)
I say good work! These books have gone on long enough and last I heard they are making a movie. Literacy for the lazy I say, movies themselves are the tool of Satan in his war for our very souls. They also explore the demonic evils of the Dali Lama, who as we all know is a dedicated servant of the devil and his religion worships a hierarchy of demons! Good work!
BLACK LIVES MATTER!!! NOOOOOOO!!! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE? YOU HAVE CREATED A MONSTER, AN ABSOLUTE MONSTER!
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