Satanism

Satanism

Book - 2007
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Satanism is underground and it's growing. Does Satanism promote ritual violence? What roles should schools play? Should counselors intervene, discouraging youth from becoming involved in Satanism? Perhaps our perceptions of Satanism are grounded in fear rather than facts? This anthology takes a critical view of Satanism, raising these relevant questions and many more. Readers will benefit from learning about the many variations of Satanism from contrasting viewpoints.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2007.
ISBN: 9780737724141
0737724145
9780737724158
0737724153
Branch Call Number: 133.422
Characteristics: 91 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Gaborro, Allen

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bowlin182
Jan 11, 2011

I'm not a Satanist, but I was curious as to what their going ons were all about. Granted it is geared toward teenagers, I still find the book without much usful information. It's presented as an argument between professors, mental health experts, and religious (mainly Christian) writers. It focuses more on the societal impact (or lack thereof, depending on which point of view) rather than the religion itself. If you're researching sociology and cultism, then this would be a good start. However, if you're looking for religious values and origins, you're better off going to Wikipedia.

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