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I am obligated to publish this link that Wanyas forwarded to me so that all in my D&D coven group know what they have gotten themselves into:

William Schnoebelen, author of several books and articles on occult witchcraft, says this is a suitable comparison. Since D&D is rooted in magic, Schnoebelen describes magic as a "kind of spiritual lust...It is, however subtle, an itch for power. Magic, at its root, is about power and about rebellion. It is about not liking how God runs the universe and thinking you can do a better job yourself."

"This is not just chess, football or bridge. This is a game that envelops the player in an entirely different fantasy world in which the power of magic and violence is pervasive. It is a game with a distinct and seductive spiritual worldview that is diametrically opposed to the Bible.

"Yes, sorcery appears in the Bible. But it is NEVER in the context of a good thing to do. It is always presented as something dangerous and utterly contrary to the will of God," says Schnoebelen.

Click the link to learn how the goal of D&D is "to see who could obtain the most erotic pleasure."

And as a bonus, there's a link on the bottom of the page where you can learn about Wicca, Satan's little white lie.

By fnord12 | January 29, 2007, 6:39 PM | D&D | Comments (2)| Link

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