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From CBN News. The Satanic Temple (TST) has announced its second convention to be held in Boston, Massachusetts this spring is sold out, according to a post on its website.
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The convention known as “SatanCon 2023” will be held on April 28-30 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. It is being promoted as “a weekend of blasphemy and remembrance in Boston” and will also celebrate TST’s 10-year anniversary.
The group also claims the convention will be the “largest Satanic gathering in history.”
As CBN News reported in January, the theme of the convention is “Hexennacht in Boston” or “Witches Night,” an ancient German holiday that occurs annually on April 30. The SatanCon event includes a “Satanic Ball” on the opening night, April 28,
Lucien Greaves, the Satanic Temple’s co-founder, and spokesperson is set to deliver the keynote address of the conference along with co-founder Malcolm Jarr on Saturday morning.
Other scheduled sessions include “Satanic Panic in Brazil,” “Hellbillies: Visible Satanism in Rural America,” “Deconstructing Your Religious Upbringing,” “Reclaiming the Trans Body: A/theistic Strategies for Self-Determination and Empowerment,” and “Sins of the Flesh: Satanism and Self-Pleasure.” …
Christian Ministry Responds to TST Announcement
A Christian ministry called Intercessors for America (IFA) responded to the announcement of the Satanic group’s second convention, saying, “Our prayers will make a difference yet again. While TST plans and promotes, we will pray and fast that these efforts will actually backfire and instead embolden and empower the Church. They promise a weekend of ‘blasphemy and remembrance in Boston.’ Let’s pray for a weekend of holiness and seeking God.”
The IFA also said TST is an adversary to the Christian faith.
“This is no neutral, ‘intellectual,’ quirky advocacy group. It is an adversary to the Christian faith and its free exercise in public spaces, to the protection of life, and to the advancement of Bible teaching in the public schools,” the IFA said. “These rituals, practices, declarations, and beliefs are the gateway to allowing satanic footholds in people’s lives. Tarot cards, voodoo dolls, hexes, and spells seem harmless to many, but we know that there is real satanic power behind those activities, and this power will ensnare anyone who participates in such things.” …
TST Claims It Advocates for Secularism, Has ‘Abortion Ritual’
Founded in 2013, TST says it doesn’t believe in Satan but describes itself as a “non-theistic religious organization” that advocates for secularism. …
However, TST claims it has its own “abortion ritual.” The group describes its Satanic abortion ritual as a “spiritual experience designed to instill confidence and self-worth in accordance to TST’s religious beliefs.” …
Promoting Satan as an ‘Imaginary Friend’ to Children
The group also made headlines over the few years as it has worked to install its “After School Satan Club” in several elementary schools across the country, drawing the anger of many parents. …
As CBN News has reported, a catchy, semi-animated promotional video from the group included a song encouraging young children to embrace Satan as an imaginary friend. …
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