Oct 17, 2005

Europe's sympathy for the devil

George Neumayr writes in the American Spectator ...

Europe, according to Newsweek, is too enlightened for the Vatican's exorcisms. But it is not too enlightened to host a growing number of demonic cults. The Devil's greatest triumph, it's said, is to convince man that he doesn't exist. But this saying needs revision. Europe displays an even greater triumph for the Devil -- not ignorance of his designs but respect for them.
Read The Exorcism of Europe and find out about the true story behind the movie, The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

2 Comments:

Blogger Tito said...

Niiice posting Quintero. Good to see I'm not the only one noticing the fall of Christianity in Europe (presently).

1:53 AM  
Blogger John Hearn said...

Tito,

Geroge Weigel has commented on that sad trend frequently.

Soon the people of Europe will have a choice: to return the the faith of their fathers and once again embrace Christianity, or become Muslims - there is no middle ground.

I have seen some liberals warming up to Islam. It seems that they would rather lose their liberties to a barberous faith than admit that the anti Christian ethos of the liberal creed is wrong. After all, both faiths are totalatarian at their roots.

12:28 PM  

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