We have had several questions about whether or not Restorative Yoga is actually yoga, and the answer to that question is – yes!
Before Christmas, it was a book teaching children how to contact demons; now it’s a new Disney cartoon series called The Owl House that not only promotes witchcraft to children, it features a sorceress and a “friendly” demon who help a young girl fulfill her dream of becoming a witch.
This is the time of year when we’re all trying to perfect ourselves by tackling those pesky weaknesses of mind and body; however, attempting to do so through New Age and scientifically bogus means can not only lead to discouragement and failure, it can also be detrimental to our soul.
Christmas is supposed to be a time of “peace on earth” and, thankfully, it still is, but this joyful season has its detractors – such as those who promulgate the idea that Christmas was founded on a pagan feast. Is this true?
Someone recently wrote to us expressing concerns about the use of smart-speaker devices such as Amazon’s Echo or Google Home in a Christian home. Is it true that these devices are pre-programmed with a non-Christian worldview that can describe Buddha but not Jesus Christ?
A 49-year-old Florida woman wearing a “Hail Satan” t-shirt featuring an inverted cross was asked by airline crewmembers to either cover up the offensive shirt or get off the plane.
In the same UK forest where the infamous Gerald Gardner, father of modern witchcraft, met with his coven to perform magic rituals, animals have been found slashed and stabbed to death with satanic symbols painted on their bodies.
A group of four exorcists is calling for a day of fasting, prayer, and reparation on Friday, December 6, “for the purpose of driving our any diabolic influence within the Church that has been gained as a result of recent events.”