Protestors gathered in Scottsdale to denounce the Satanic Temple's convention

Protestors gathered in Scottsdale to denounce the Satanic Temple’s conventionPhoto: Screenshot

The Satanic Temple held a convention over the weekend in Arizona, and Christian conservatives took a break from demanding religious exemptions to the law and arguing that refusing to spend money at businesses is “cancel culture” to protest the convention, call for a boycott of the hotel hosting it, and argue that the government should shut it down.

The Satanic Temple isn’t a religion in the sense of having a set of beliefs that it imposes on followers. Instead, it’s a group of people who organize as a religion and use humor to “highlight religious hypocrisy and encroachment on religious freedom.”

“Satan Conferences should not be protected by the First Amendment,” Kirk wrote. “Satan Worship is not what the Founders had in mind when they referenced the ‘fruits of liberty.’”

Many people showed up to protest the convention in person.

GOP candidate Jan Dubauskas promoted a “prayer vigil” in response to the convention.

“SatanCon will esppuse [sic] abortion as a religious right and raising children in a Satanic household,” she said, as if the government should be telling parents what religion to raise their children in. “We cannot stand politely aside!”

Jan Dubauskas
Join us for a SatanCon prayer vigil on Friday. SatanCon will esppuse abortion as a religious right and raising children in a Satanic household. We cannot stand politely aside! Join us to pray for our city and these lost souls!


“We’re out here to let the Satanists know that there’s no place for evil in Arizona. And we’re here to combat that. And we’re here to say that Jesus is Lord,” a protestor named Marissa told Fox 10 News.

Another protestor tried to explain that Satanism is misogyny because of vaccines and abortion.

The Satanic Temple lost a lawsuit in 2018 after it sued for religious discrimination because it was barred from delivering an invocation before the Scottsdale, Arizona City Council, like other religions are allowed to do. The official reason the city gave for turning away the Satanic Temple was that it has no ties to Scottsdale.

“It’s fine that they will be here, and that’s certainly well within everybody’s rights,” former Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane (R) said when Satancon was announced last year. “We consider ourselves a very inclusive community.”


Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy. But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you; That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust. For if ye love them which love you, what reward have ye? do not even the publicans the same? And if ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others? do not even the publicans so? Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.    Matthew 5: 43-48

The whole world needs to see TRUE Christianity.  The LOVE of GOD, in truth and righteousness.


Jan 21, 2022The After School Satan Clubs meet at select public schools where Good News Clubs also operate. Trained educators provide activities and learning opportunities, which students are free to…

Good News Clubs are voluntary after-school programs, some of them held at schools, where children can learn about the Bible and Christianity:

Good News Club is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship in which trained teachers meet with groups of children in schools, homes, community centers, churches, apartment complexes, just about anywhere the children can easily and safely meet with their parent’s permission. Each week the teacher presents an exciting Bible lesson using colorful materials from CEF Press. This action-packed time also includes songs, Scripture memory, a missions story and review games or other activities focused on the lesson’s theme.

As with all CEF ministries, the purpose of Good News Club is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.

CEF claims that “over 16.4 million children worldwide heard the Good News” last year.

Anti-God atheist activists hate this. For that matter, Satan hates the Good News Clubs. There’s nothing the Prince of Darkness fears more than little children hearing about the love of Jesus Christ. So the God-haters in The Satanic Temple have set their sites on the after-school Bible clubs. They openly admit it on their website—in fact, they are obsessed with Good News Clubs: