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"The Description, Philosophies and Justification of Satanism" by Vexen Crabtree

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Okay I want to unpact this writing which obviously has Christian roots.

First off, it seems like you care for the person you are talking too...though you did not say that (which presents a problem).
Secondly, these people do not believe Satan to be real, but they call Satan themselves...

Satanists, you have to realize that is just semantics to Christians, as they believe satan exists whether or not, you do...

Christians have to realize that you guys are trying to do what is right...and philosophers have always said that it is impossible for a person to do an act that they "feel" or believe is "wrong"...so you could know its "wrong" according to X, or Y, but you may in your head believe you are right.

Its all very confusing stuff...but I think talking rationally is probably the best way going about discussing...

And Christian, if you are really concerned you should pray for them do not give them an impression of your faith that is "angry" and "hateful" because i don't think thats what Christianity is about.

Your heart is in the right place though.

Discussion is good, you should always talk, and not be threatened by what a person says, but "think" intellectually.

If you believe in something it should be rational...some believe having faith is rational...that is an interesting statement...seems to contradict itself...what do others think about Faith and reason going together? is it impossible?

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