Douglas Emhoff: Satanism and Christianity in America

Posted January 04, 2018 05:03:00 When you think of Douglas Emhart, you might think of a white Christian who was a founding member of the American Family Association and an ardent supporter of the Christian Right.

But in fact, Emhoff, a former pastor of the New Apostolic Reformation Church in New York City, has been a member of Satanism for a long time, dating back to the early 1980s.

He’s also a longtime advocate of the belief that Satanists are the real deal, and that the world has been hijacked by Satanists.

“Satanism is the best defense,” Emhoff told me, describing the cult’s philosophy.

“You don’t need a god.

Satanism is not a religion.

It’s just about life.”

Emhoff’s book, Satan: The Devil’s Toolkit, has won numerous awards and has been translated into dozens of languages, including Hebrew, Russian, and French.

It was recently released by Regnery, a publishing house founded by Emhoff and his wife, Linda, and is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and IndieBound.

Emhoff has also published books about Satanism, which include The Book of Lies, which deals with the history of Satanic literature and cults, and How to Kill the Satanist.

Emhof is one of the few Americans I know who has ever been called a “satanist.”

That is, he has been labeled by the media and the public as a “demonic” or “demon-possessed” person, which is a label that is very common among the Christian right.

Emhardt, however, believes that the term “satanic” is “overused.”

It doesn’t mean that we have the devil, it means we have some demons.” “

There are many other terms that describe the same thing.

It doesn’t mean that we have the devil, it means we have some demons.”

Emhof also believes that some of the terms Satanists use are “misleading.”

For example, Satanism “can’t be a religion,” he explained.

“The word ‘satanism’ is very vague, and you can’t say that all people are involved in Satanism.

Satanists can’t be Satanists because that’s just not true.”

In fact, many Christians believe that Satanism doesn’t exist.

“Satanism is a religion that’s not really part of the Judeo-Christian tradition,” Emhof explained.

That is to say, Satanists believe that all of God’s creations are “soul” or spirits that can be possessed.

But “there’s no devil in Satan,” Emhardt said.

According to Emhof, there is only one true God: Jesus Christ.

That includes the Satanists who believe that Jesus is God.

“All of the other religions are basically the same,” Emhart explained.

He believes that most of Satan’s followers believe in Jesus Christ because they have been taught that he is the only true way to salvation.

“Christianity is not about Jesus Christ,” he concluded.

“It’s really about a bunch of people who have their own agenda.

And they’re all going to come together and come up with a plan to do whatever they want.

It is the world’s greatest deception.”

But that’s what Satanists do, too, Emhof said.

He explained that the group believes that Satan is the “only true way” to salvation because he is in the middle of the world and has the power to bring salvation.

But Satanism isn’t a religion, Emhart said.

It isn’t even a sect, and the “world’s greatest deceiver” isn’t one of its members.

“When you look at Satanism in terms of religion, there are only about 100 million people in the world,” he added.

“If we look at religion as a religion—and this is what we do—it has about 200 million members.

And those 200 million people are in one form or another, including in the United States.

And that means that there are about 400 million people who identify as Satanists.”

Satanism has been around since the Middle Ages, and while it was first promoted as a form of religion in Europe around the 15th century, it has been practiced in many different cultures throughout the world.

But until recently, it was mostly a fringe phenomenon.


to Emhoff , it began to grow as a way to deal with social problems.

People were using Satanism to deal a lot of stress, and Satanism could also be used as a tool to make people more vulnerable to the dark forces of the occult.

And people were starting to realize that, because Satanism was so widely practiced, it wasn’t just a religion and it wasn.

Emhart says the main reason Satanism grew so quickly was because people had to start to take it seriously.

“People needed to be able to understand it,” Emhill said.

And as a result,