Now I have your attention:  Tell me it isn’t so. Goblin infused M & Ms?   The devil lurking inside my KitKat?  A demonic trinity praying over unsuspecting Halloween revelers?  Vampire gummy bears?  Witches drinking blood and howling at the moon (I BEG your pardon!)?  Curses sent to the innocents through tricks and treats?  Orange and brown are color codes for demons?  Released time curses?  I must have missed all the action last weekend. 

We missed the warning from CBN. Barry Lynn made a rare appearance on TV to warn us of some evangelical rantings about buying Halloween candy because it had spells cast over it. Christians were also warned about having sex with demons around Halloween. Now that was a week ago. Is it safe yet? 🙄 

The Reverend Barry Lynn is one of my favorite people. He is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and has been the executive director of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. AU has been a leader since 1947 for preserving and protecting religious freedom.

Their mission statement:

Americans United (AU) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to preserving the constitutional principle of church-state separation as the only way to ensure religious freedom for all Americans.


Barry Lynn makes rare appearances.  I can’t imagine that this warning related to Pat Robertson was just coincidental timing.   Perhaps it was a warning about what comes out of Pat Robertson’s garrisons. 

People are free to believe what they wish.  However, we need to be very careful their their beliefs don’t become policy and laws that we all have to live under.

6 Thoughts to “No Sex with Demons?”

  1. Opinion

    “People are free to believe what they wish. However, we need to be very careful their their beliefs don’t become policy and laws that we all have to live under.”

    You know, there’s just nothing I can add to the sentiment you expressed. Agree… 100%!

  2. Slowpoke Rodriguez

    And you asked me what I’m smoking???

  3. Did you watch the video? This stuff is straight Pat Robertson.

    Might as well keep a sense of humor about it and laugh, otherwise I would cry. I actually find it very scary.

    He was a mentor for our newly elected governor wasn’t he?

  4. Slowpoke Rodriguez

    Moon-howler :
    He was a mentor for our newly elected governor wasn’t he?

    Sure, same as Bill Ayers and Jeremiah Wright were our newly-elected President’s mentors!

  5. Slowpoke Rodriguez

    Ugh, I just heard Chuck Norris talk about some people he works with (on a charitable basis). He actually said these words: “The illegal immigrants, but they’re law-abiding citizens!” Awww, Chuck!

  6. Little different there, Slow. I don’t care about Bill Ayers. I have had to deal with people I didn’t care much for in my career. I have never seen evidence that they were buds. He certainly wasn’t a mentor.

    As for Jeremiah Wright, I have never defended that. I will also say that was a choice. Wright isn’t anyone I would want associated with me. I have a problem with it in fact and have said so since the git go. How many times to I have to repeat that I had a real difficult time with the Wright situation.

    I also have a problem with Pat Robertson. A huge problem. I consider him equally offensive as Jeremiah Wright. Probably what pushed it over the edge was what he said after 9-11, about Americans being punished by God. It was a Westover Baptist kinda remark.

    Why is it that you conservatives always have a deflection instead of just addressing the issue at hand, which of course is Pat Robertson making assine statements that go beyond what normal people think. This yea what about…blah de blah is just because there is simply no answer for this kind of stupidity.

    Obama is not the newly elected governor of Virginia and he didn’t go to Wright’s University.

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