The Case For Exorcism

In this modern enlightened world, many people insist that belief in the paranormal—including belief in God—is ridiculous and indicative of the adherent’s superstitious and ignorant mind set. This general consensus can be found by perusing the various forums on the internet, which are frequented by militant atheists. And when I say militant atheists, I am not being judgmental or seeking to cast an aspersion on this demographic, but rather I am simply seeking to describe them as those who do not believe in God (or the Devil and his minions for that matter) as well as they are characteristically very antagonistic in making their case (i.e. militant), the debate usually resulting in tactics Ad Hominem. At the time of this writing, their favorite slur is to insist that any person of faith is childish, superstitious and therefore un-enlightened, characterizing the religious, the people of various faiths, as believers in fairy tales.


They do not believe, because their minds have been kept in the dark by the evil god (the devil) of this world
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The Case For Exorcism

In this modern enlightened world, many people insist that belief in the paranormal—including belief in God—is ridiculous and indicative of the adherent’s superstitious and ignorant mind set.  This general consensus can be found by perusing the various forums on the internet, which are frequented by militant atheists.  And when I say militant atheists, I am not being judgmental or seeking to cast an aspersion on this demographic, but rather I am simply seeking to describe them as those who do not believe in God (or the Devil and his minions for that matter) as well as they are characteristically very antagonistic in making their case (i.e. militant), the debate usually resulting in tactics Ad Hominem.  At the time of this writing, their favorite slur is to insist that any person of faith is childish, superstitious and therefore un-enlightened, characterizing the religious, the people of various faiths, as believers in fairy tales.


They do not believe, because their minds have been kept in the dark by the evil god (the devil) of this world
.[1]

Continue reading