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BTK Excorcism Request Denied

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posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 07:57 AM
I found this interesting.

People who didn't believe in
evil spirits now do because of BTK.

What I find amazing is that this 'Christian'
pastor didn't believe in evil spirits. Scripture
is VERY clear that they exist. How can somone
be a Christian pastor and not believe in that?


January 16, 2006
Kansas City Star

Dennis Rader’s pastor sought permission to perform a jailhouse exorcism
on the BTK killer but authorities wouldn’t allow it, the Rev. Michael Clark
told an Overland Park audience Sunday.

A year ago, Clark said, he would have chased anyone out of his office who
suggested that demonic possession was possible. He did not believe in
that line of theological thought. Clark believed that Satan was
the “personification of evil of the human condition.”

But his dealings with Rader, who had become the congregation’s president
not long before his arrest, have dramatically altered Clark’s belief in evil.

More info at the site-

[edit on 1/16/2006 by FlyersFan]

posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 11:01 AM
It is easy to confuse what one heralds as belief and faith in certain religion for self thought and opinion.Where as every single notion or cause has core principals every person has their own slant of view.

This is where we try to explain to people to observe what you think people mean through speech and written word aswell as action.There are endless amounts of possibilities when it comes to understanding things,.When in the observer state one has the ability to learn.

Like in everything there are levels of openess and observation the more we try to understand what is said and why instead of taking everything at face value we start to expand our possibilities.


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