Christians in Spring, Texas, appear to be trying to run the Church of Lucifer out of town, ABC13 reports.
The Luciferians officially opened their doors on Friday, with their first meeting scheduled for Saturday. But they were greeted by a vocal group of Christians after having their building vandalized this week. Video taken by ABC13 Friday evening shows protesters upset with the organization’s presence gathered outside, with a law enforcement presence needed to keep the peace.
“This is what we get when we have freedom of religion,” protester Christine Weick told ABC13 angrily. “We ought to be filling up the whole street here, that they have to pass through us to get into that church.”
Weick continued to say that God loves the Luciferians “enough to say, ‘you either bow now, or you will be forced to bow later,’ and then it’s too late.”
You may remember Christine Wieck as the lunatic who thinks that "Monster" energy drinks are the work of Satan. So of course she's somewhat of an "expert" on the devil.
Of course much like the Church of Satan this "church" has really nothing to do with devil worship and really exists more to troll Christians than for any other reason:
We have an absolute right to be here, legally,” Greater Church of Lucifer co-president Michael Ford told RT. “I always feel sorry for so-called Christians who feel so insecure in their belief that they have to come out here and waste their time when they’re not going to change our mind, and we’re not going to change theirs.”
I would imagine that the main objective here was to demonstrate the intolerance many Christians feel toward other religions, and to highlight their deep seated insecurities about their own faith.
And it seems that the "Church of Lucifer" has managed to reach both of those objectives in record time.