Satanism: The Seduction of America's Youth

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T. Nelson Publishers, 1989 - Religion - 223 pages
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In this book Bob Larson discusses the forces that are influencing America's youth to sell their souls to Satan--ghoulish games, horror films, black metal music, and drugs, as well as the occult enticements in our culture. Larson gives specific ways parents and counselors can combat these forces in the lives of teenagers.

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User Review  - Neelakantan KK - Goodreads

This book is a tour de force of sheer lunacy. Quite enjoyable. I especially liked the bits where he thinks D&D players are satanic and prone to violence. Read full review

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User Review  - Scott - Goodreads

Such an awesome book, I turned mine into a freaking grimoire with all kinds of cool notes and drawings in it, but my mom threw it away. Read full review


Murder for the Devil
The Selling of Satanism
Ghoulish Games

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Bob Larson, popular author, lecturer, and commentator, hosts America's most informative radio broadcast, "TALK-BACK with Bob Larson." This one-hour program, heard weekdays live-by-satellite, features a fascinating mix of Bob's wisdom and wit. His incisive commentaries on current events are enhanced by a format of live callers and riveting guests. Bob has written twenty-five books, including three best-selling novels, "Dead Air, Abaddon", and "The Senator's Agenda". His 500-page encyclopedic handbook "Larson's Book of Cults" is a reference work used in colleges and seminaries. His other books include "Straight Answers on the New Age, Satanism: the Seduction of America's Youth, In the Name of Satan", and "UFOs and the Alien Agenda". Bob Larson has appeared on TV shows such as Oprah, Donahue, Montel, Sally Jessie, CNBC Talk-Live, Rolanda, Larry King Live, and Politically Incorrect. Through radio broadcasts, books, and public appearances, Bob reaches into the heart of society to challenge tough issues.

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