Tuesday, November 20, 2012

'Christian magazine claims that demon rape can cause homosexuality' and other Tuesday midday news briefs

Can You Be Raped by the Devil? - An interesting article from the "Christian" magazine called Charisma. A choice excerpt for your edification: 

The two most identifiable sexual demons are the incubus, which is a male sexual demon that traditionally assaults women, and the succubus, which is a female sexual demon that assaults men. Sometimes they also lure people into homosexual behavior. (Contessa)Adams notes that one evangelist, whose name she would not divulge, was so troubled by the sexual pleasure the succubus gave her that she even contemplated suicide.Adams says the succubus spirit that used to attack her confused her so much that she contemplated becoming a lesbian. 

Years from now when lgbt equality is a reality, our sons and daughters will ask us "How in the hell did you lose to these people for so long?" 

 New ridiculous talking point: More out gays = less credibility for science of sexual orientation - Aw Peter Sprigg, I miss your bad studies. On the risk of blowing my own horn, I like to think that since  I have debunked your lies numerous times  (and you have mentioned it in an offhand manner) that I've spooked you from playing researcher. Still, this latest explanation of yours makes no sense AT ALL.

 HIV Testing Will Now Be Covered Under Obamacare - As it should be! 

 Liberty Counsel: God's Judgment is on America for Electing Obama and 'Adopting Sin as Official Public Policy' - In other words - blah, blah blah, whine, whine, whine. 

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Will B. said...

Nightmares and erotic dreams? Perchance the closet is awful lonely and the subconscious takes up the slack?

Mary O'Grady said...

Er, incubi and succubi are better known as the medieval explanation for erotic dreams. I'd hate to hear these nincompoops' take on schizophrenia: they undoubtedly put the hallucinations down to demon possession.
By the way, my grandmother as a young girl, before WWI, was taken on pilgrimage to Poland's Jasna Gora monastery where there is a famous Black Madonna painting. One of the other pilgrims was a boy who barked like a dog uncontrollably at times; he was brought along by his family to try to get the evil spirit responsible exorcised. I'm sure that today he would be recognized as suffering from a neurological or psychiatric condition, perhaps Tourette's syndrome.