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Irony is Lost on Evangelicals These Days

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Charisma News recently published a hysterical article about a new Disney show titled “Pauline.” What’s on Disney+ describes the show this way:

Disney has announced a new German original series for Disney+ called “Pauline”, which is about, an 18-year-old teenager, who accidentally becomes pregnant – from a one-night stand. With school stress, the climate crisis and the downfall of society weighing heavily on her mind, something she doesn’t need at all right now is catching feelings, especially not for her one-night stand Lukas, who, as it turns out, is the devil himself.

James Lasher, a staff writer for Charisma, is outraged over the show. How dare a supernatural being impregnate a human teenage woman and she gives birth to a Devil-Human hybrid baby. Do you sense irony coming on? 🙂

Lasher writes:

The Disney that once brought wholesome, family-oriented entertainment to millions across the globe has been replaced with an organization aimed at influencing children and young people with radical, woke messaging.

Not content at pushing hyper-sexualized material at children, Disney has announced a new series for their streaming platform in which a teenage girl falls in love with none other than the lord of the underworld, Satan.

The series “Pauline” focuses on an 18-year-old girl who gets pregnant after a one-night stand.

Not exactly a run-of-the-mill episode of The Mickey Mouse Club, is it?

Her midnight rendezvous, Lukas, turns out to be the devil in disguise, and why not? This new satanically-driven series is being brought to the world by the same group that created Netflix’s “How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast).”


If a show about Satan impregnating an 18-year-old girl is close to a person’s heart, not only do they need deliverance before they end up meeting him face to face, but parents need to recognize the red flag—practically on fire at this point—and keep their children and teenagers away from this type of content.


Parents should not drop their guard in the slightest however, as much of the programming on Disney+ in America is filled with the occult, witchcraft, LGBTQ propaganda and other spiritually destructive material.


As expected, many have taken issue with the adult, and heretical, subject matter of “Pauline”. The group One Million Moms issued an “urgent warning” regarding the show’s nudity, profanity, explicit graphic violence and how the show “makes light of hell and the dangers of the demonic realm.” [I found no evidence for this claim. Please see One Million Moms, who are actually a few thousand moms.]

These are the types of shows that Disney is trying to get children and young adults to watch. This is the type of programming that evil spiritual forces want to get out to the world so that it continues the desensitization to the true dangers in dancing with the devil and the eternal judgement that comes with it.

Satan is not a laughing matter.

He’s succeeding more than ever in his original and greatest deception over generations—fooling the gullible into believing he does not exist.

He wants to take every human soul on earth with him to the bowels of hell, and he is not stupid. He has been manipulating humanity for thousands of years. It is up to Christian parents to recognize these attempts at seducing their children away from the Lord and raise them up with a solid foundation in the Word of God.

Oh, the irony. Lasher is an Evangelical Christian. He believes a supernatural being, his God, impregnated a teenager, Mary, and she gave birth to a God-Man child named Jesus.

Why is the Devil copulating with a teenager any different from the Evangelical God copulating with a teenager? Just saying . . .

Lasher, with all the arrogance and certainty of a Fundamentalist Christian, says that “Satan is no laughing matter.” Au contraire, the Devil is very much a laughing matter. He is a myth, a character conjured up by clerics to scare congregants into obedience, under the threat of eternal punishment in Satan’s Trump Hotel. We can laugh, mock, and make shows and movies about the Devil because he doesn’t exist. Satan is as real as Harry Potter or Bugs Bunny.

If Lasher and other Evangelicals are afraid that the Devil is going to magically attack and control their children, I suggest they keep them away from church. To hear Evangelicals talk, the Devil goes to church on Sundays, and he delights in attacking, molesting, and abusing God’s chosen ones. And if Disney+ is such a threat to their children, I suggest they not watch certain shows or cancel the service. Evangelicals have Pure Flix. What more do they need? 🙂 Oh wait, they want to watch the same shows the unwashed, uncircumcised Philistines of the world do. For all their bitching, whining, and complaining, Evangelicals enjoy and “lust” after the “world’s” entertainment just like the rest of us.

Bruce Gerencser, 66, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 45 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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