Why Is The West So Sceptical?

Discussion in 'Religion, Religious Views, and Life After Death' started by remnant, Jul 20, 2017.

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  1. remnant

    remnant Expert Member
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    I listened to a recent sermon from a highly spiritual priest from Kenya who stated that a woman from the West used to go to a traditional witchcraft practitioner and was shown live prompts on where the man was and what he was doing with absolutely no monitoring gadget. I have researched on some famous pop stars and personalities and realised that the highest and lowest sections of the society are more conversant with witchcraft and the spiritual realm than the rest we the populace. Food for thought.
     
  2. Miskondukt

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    There's a lot of food for thought in regard to us in ze West.
     
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  3. Sonofliberty

    Sonofliberty Master Survivalist
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    Satan is allowed to perform his "miracles" at this point in history. This, among other signs, points to the rise of the Anti-Christ and the beast powers.
     
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