The Satanic Temple is suing Missouri because their religious belief to sacrifice children is being persecuted. As insane as that sounds it is the truth – these people love death.
Militant atheists at Freedom From Religion Foundation have yet to show their support – although they have promoted the Satanic Church in their previous frivolous lawsuits.
Psalms 106:37 – Yea, they sacrificed their sons and their daughters unto devils,
Deuteronomy 12:31 – Thou shalt not do so unto the LORD thy God: for every abomination to the LORD, which he hateth, have they done unto their gods; for even their sons and their daughters they have burnt in the fire to their gods.
Satanists Say Missouri Strict Abortion Laws Violate Their Religious Beliefs
The Satanic Temple is suing the state of Missouri, claiming its tough abortion law violates the group’s religious beliefs.
Missouri mandates a 72-hour waiting period for women seeking abortion, and requires they be given booklets saying that human life begins at conception. The statement in the booklet, which is published by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, says, “Abortion will terminate the life of a separate, unique, living human being.”
The Satanic Temple wants people to be able to claim exemptions from the law’s requirements when their religious principles conflict with the rules.
These Satanists are on a religious mission to protect women’s abortion rights.
A group of Satanists is waging a court fight in Missouri, saying they should be entitled to avoid the strict rules contained in that state’s abortion law because such requirements violate their religious beliefs.
The Satanic Temple argues that its members, and anyone else whose religious beliefs conflict with the abortion law, should be able to claim an exemption from the law’s requirements.
Jex Blackmore, a spokeswoman for The Satanic Temple, said of the case, “This is the first time that anyone has brought a religious objection to abortion laws.”
“I think that’s interesting, because abortion laws, across the board, are religiously based,” Blackmore told CNBC. “These laws would not be in place without the state imposing their religious beliefs.”
The Satanic Temple, despite its name, does not worship the popular religious conception of “Satan:” the angel Lucifer who rebelled against God, was cast out from heaven, rules in hell and is generally considered to be the embodiment of pure evil in the world.
Instead, the group says it is “a non-theistic religious organization dedicated to Satanic practice and the promotion of Satanic rights.”