If witchcraft and Satanism is done by a "Christian" then it must be OK. Well it is ok to the liberal doctrine rejecting person but not to God. God views the occult as an abomination to Him.
Yet Satan knows how to deceive the apostate church. C.S.Lewis wrote occultic fiction called The Chronicles of Narnia. Walt Disney (very anti-Christian company) plans to make movies of C.S.Lewis' occult story. Disney has always loved witches and the occult anyway so this project is perfect for them. Plus, they will certainly do well as all the apostate Christians who like the occult will line up to get tickets to this occult movie series. After all they say: If the occult is done by a "Christian" then it must be OK!
Guess what? C.S. Lewis was an apostate. He was not a Christian! He even believed
in the false doctrine of purgatory which denies the finished work of the Lord Jesus
on the cross. Read the below:
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I BELIEVE IN PURGATORY...
"Of course I pray for the dead. The action is so spontaneous, so all but inevitable, that only the most compulsive theological case against it would deter me. And I hardly know how the rest of my prayers would survive if those for the dead were forbidden. At our age, the majority of those we love best are dead. What sort of intercourse with God could I have if what I love best were unmentionable to him?
I believe in Purgatory.
Mind you, the Reformers had good reasons for throwing doubt on the 'Romish doctrine concerning Purgatory' as that Romish doctrine had then become.....
The right view returns magnificently in Newman's DREAM. There, if I remember it rightly, the saved soul, at the very foot of the throne, begs to be taken away and cleansed. It cannot bear for a moment longer 'With its darkness to affront that light'. Religion has claimed Purgatory.
Our souls demand Purgatory, don't they? Would in not break the heart if God said to us, 'It is true, my son, that your breath smells and your rags drip with mud and slime, but we are charitable here and no one will upbraid you with these things, nor draw away from you. Enter into the joy'? Should we not reply, 'With submission, sir, and if there is no objection, I'd rather be cleaned first.' 'It may hurt, you know' - 'Even so, sir.'
I assume that the process of purification will normally involve suffering. Partly from tradition; partly because most real good that has been done me in this life has involved it. But I don't think the suffering is the purpose of the purgation. I can well believe that people neither much worse nor much better than I will suffer less than I or more. . . . The treatment given will be the one required, whether it hurts little or much.
My favorite image on this matter comes from the dentist's chair. I hope that when the tooth of life is drawn and I am 'coming round',' a voice will say, 'Rinse your mouth out with this.' This will be Purgatory. The rinsing may take longer than I can now imagine. The taste of this may be more fiery and astringent than my present sensibility could endure. But . . . it will [not] be disgusting and unhallowed."
- C.S.Lewis, Letters To Malcom: Chiefly on Prayer, chapter 20,
paragraphs 7-10, pages 108-109
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It is interesting that Lewis also wrote a set of occult myths just like Tolkien did with Lord of the Rings. Since Lewis is considered to be a Christian... his occult works certainly will be accepted in a big way by all the liberal doctrine rejecting people who profess to be 'Christian'.
According to God, the occult is never OK no matter who does it! Just as Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings is an abomination to the Lord... so is the occultic Chronicles of Narnia an abomination to God. The occult is never acceptable to the Lord even if a so-called named 'Christian' did the writing! Here is a reminder of what God thinks about the occult:
10 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,
11 Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
12 For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.
Here is a portion of an article warning of the coming evil movie based on Lewis' occult stories on Narnia.
Disney plans 'Chronicles of Narnia' film
As Mel Gibson's blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ" plays to millions of churchgoers
nationwide, the Walt Disney Co. is planning to co-finance and distribute the C.S. Lewis
children's classic "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe."
Disney has struck a deal with Denver billionaire Philip Anschutz' Walden Media on the
more than $100 million production, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Andrew Adamson,
who directed "Shrek," will begin filming this summer. Walt Disney Pictures expects a
Christmas 2005 release and will retain the option to release future films in the series.
The late C.S. Lewis, who was an Oxford professor, is regarded as one of the 20th
century's pre-eminent Christian thinkers.
I'm sure Disney will do a 'wonderful' job of presenting the occultic world of Narnia. This company has been pushing the occult ever since Mickey put on his sorcerers hat! Disney also loves extreme sin and perversion. Here is another article about the godless company - Disney:
Disney/ABC Pushes Television Boundaries
The Walt Disney Company continues to push the homosexual agenda through its ABC
television network, as well as seeking new ways to promote immoral content in
future endeavors. On January 19, ABC aired In Style Celebrity Weddings, a special
described on the network's website as "an intimate look at the year's most exciting
celebrity weddings and the love stories that inspired them." Among the nuptial
celebrations captured by the special: the "wedding" of lesbian pop rocker Melissa
Etheridge and her actress lover, Tammy Lynn Michaels. Beyond homosexuality, however,
Disney/ABC seems intent on adding new shows that promise to further pollute the
airwaves. Shock-jock Howard Stern will be hosting a prime-time interview special
this spring, according to the New York Post. Also coming to network TV courtesy
of ABC: a new drama called Doing It, which will focus on the sexual escapades
of three teenage boys.
Yes I would say that Satan is using Disney to fulfill his purposes. He is arming another attack against professing Christianity with the occult Narnia series. Sadly with the apostate and backslidden conditions of Christianity in North America and Europe, I think he will be very successful! Will people listen to warnings of the occult? Not many as not very many listened to the warnings about Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. The occult is acceptable to many people and some of those people even profess to be Christians! Yet to all truly saved people the occult is not an issue. Saved people will not be interested in the occult and will have no part of it!
6 And the soul that turneth after such as have familiar spirits, and after wizards, to go a whoring after them, I will even set my face against that soul, and will cut him off from among his people.
So where do you stand reader? Are you enjoying all the devil has to give in the world of the occult? Or are you faithful unto the Lord and reject the occult?
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