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Pullman:I Am All For The Death Of God

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“I am all for the death of God” that are the words of the creator of the “Golden Compass” trilogy of which is marketed at kids, while you are out at work children are busy being taught mysticism by JK Rowling and Pullman.  They all pretend to be Atheists but they are closet occultists as Joe Schimmel proves in the research.

Yet again we see Britain pushing the New Age agenda, it might be a coincidence but even you can see that there is a pattern.How does this fit in with the likes of Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins you might ask?  Well they are different sides of the same coin, the New Atheists create a vacuum and the mediums hope to interest your children in the New Age practices like yoga and whitecraft.

If Richard Dawkins was sincere he would pretend that he is against the efforts of Pullman to pollute young minds but he would rather draw attention to himself by saying that teaching children about Christianity is equivalent to child abuse.

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Written by dawkinswatch

March 25, 2008 at 12:13 pm

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  1. More on occultist conspiracy theories? Yawn… I guess you can imagine scary bogeymen if you squint hard enough.

    Dan

    March 25, 2008 at 12:36 pm

  2. Oh no, children are reading quality fantasy novels by talented childrens writers!

    What frightens me is that creationists really seem to believe that people who read Harry Potter start believing in magic. I read them when I was eleven or so, and somehow, I never believed in magic. Maybe other children are more gullible? If so, we had better trash Dune, The Lord of the Rings, and all other pieces of quality speculative fiction.

    Woah, you say that there is a “new age agenda”? All that I notice is Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins promoting reason. Let’s make this clearer:

    REASON

    There, get it?

    And Richard Dawkins isn’t saying that teaching Christianity is ‘like’ child abuse. Christianity IS child abuse, though not as serious as physical abuse (and I’ve never heard Dawkins say that it was). Christians teach their children tribalistic superstitions, and the poor little ones don’t know any better. Thank God my parents never indoctrinated me with such nonsense!

    J. Frantz

    March 25, 2008 at 11:27 pm

  3. I’m a New Ager and a communist too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    splendidelles

    March 30, 2008 at 5:33 am


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