Why More Girls are Drawn to Witchcraft - 2018 - TV’s Year of the Witch
The year 2018 in television is being labelled the “Year of the Witch.” Thirteen year old girls are being indoctrinated in cannibalism, blood sacrifice, and selling souls to Satan — and this is presented as an admirable and wonderful thing. It’s time to wake up and smell the napalm in the War of the Worldviews. This sure ain’t “Family Ties” and “I Love Lucy” anymore. We discuss the strong connections between witchcraft and feminism as presented by the Satan character in “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” We encourage that your children come out of the darkness of this dying and darkening culture into the light of resurrection and Christ. Indeed, Jesus came to bring life. We recommend they read about “Taking the World for Jesus” and watch films like “Mully” or “Dispatches from the Front” or “Polycarp” or “Modern Parables” offered by Generations this Christmas season.
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