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---Ye shall not surely die
"Ye shall not surely die" is a commentary on "The Satanic Bible" (TSB) of Anton Szandor LaVey. The opinion of Burton H. Wolfe, who wrote the Introduction on TSB, about Satanism, is as follows: "Satanism is a blatantly selfish, brutal philosophy." The forces of darkness are invoked: "In the name of Satan, the Ruler of the earth, the King of the world, I command the forces of Darkness to bestow their Infernal power upon me!" Nevertheless LaVey says that Satanists don't believe in Satan, and Satanists are most certainly not Devil worshippers. "Ye shall not surely die" is the answer of Satan to Adam and Eve when he deceived them. Satan is telling Satanists: You can do all the sins of the flesh and you will not die, because God doesn't exist, so there is no judgement. Satan still uses his old lies. Adam and Eve fell for it, and so do the Satanists. This book is a warning to Satanists, not to obey the Devil, because it has severe consequences. It calls up to abandon evil and flee to God.
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