1. Where in the Bible does it say not to acknowledge other gods? I remember the “no other gods before me” bit, but I don’t recall the “no other gods at all.”

    Wait, wait… “bride of Christ”? This lady really is nuts, isn’t she?

    1. That part about not acknowledging other gods caught my attention too. By protesting Halloween because of its (supposed) evil roots, isn’t she acknowledging Satan?

    2. I’m Jewish, and in the Torah the ten commandments are a bit wordier:

      ???????? ??????. {?} 1 And God spoke all these words, saying: {S}
      ? ??????? ?????? ?????????, ?????? ??????????? ??????? ????????? ??????? ????????: ???-??????? ???? ???????? ????????, ???-??????. 2 I am the LORD thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before Me.
      ? ???-???????? ???? ?????, ?????-?????????, ?????? ???????????? ????????, ???????? ???????? ????????–???????? ?????????, ???????? ???????. 3 Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image, nor any manner of likeness, of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth;
      ? ???-????????????? ?????, ????? ?????????: ???? ??????? ?????? ?????????, ??? ??????–?????? ?????? ????? ???-??????? ???-??????????? ?????-?????????, ??????????. 4 thou shalt not bow down unto them, nor serve them; for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate Me;

      1. Whoops, sorry, the hebrew characters didn’t show. But you can see where “god” is VERY specific about worshipping him and him alone. One of the key phrases Jews chant is: Shema Yisrael, Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai echad. “Hear oh Israel the Lord is God, the Lord is one.”

  2. At the :50 point she talked about trick or treating seeming innocuous but being secretly evil – the example she gave was “dressing your child up in a clown costume.” She might be on to something there.

  3. I’m currently taking professional development classes at a private Catholic college, and there are quite a few attractive lasses in my classes (see, I can be clever and quaint). I would love to ask some of them out, except I am terrified to find out that they’re all hardcore religious types…..which isn’t a stretch, considering that virtually all of them attended private Catholic schools before college. Le sigh.

    1. Not all of them are going to be religious nut-cases. You are proof of that. Some people just go because the college is close or it offers the right degree, etc. Feel them out. Make an anti-Jesus comment. If they give you the cold shoulder, then you know where they stand. If they laugh, then you know you they are simpatico.

  4. What’s f-d up about this woman is that BELIEVES that fallen angels, fortune telling, magic, Ouija boards, and witches ARE REAL. If these things were real, for example, we would all be able to get rich because, after all, fortune tellers could predict the future of the stock market or cast a spell on people to give you all their money. (More likely, there would be NO stock market because everyone could figure out the future and would be lucky!) And I know I would cast an intelligence spell on dumb-asses like her! What nonsense!

  5. She actually says that Halloween is bad because it teaches my child to “blend in and don’t make waves” even though that’s what Christianity is all about!

  6. You know, she is absolutely right (though she has chosen to interpret the Bible in her personal, specific way). That’s one of many reasons why I am not a Christian. They are insane and have taken the world with them for centuries.

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