The Darkness of Paganism- It is Very Dark Indeed

On Oct. 24, a 4-year-old girl went missing from her home in the Charaideo district of upper Assam, a mostly tribal state in northeast India. Last Monday, the child’s body was found in a forest about 75 to 90 yards from the Ratanpur tea estate where she lived with her parents. She had been decapitated and her arms had been severed. Both her arms and her head were found scattered near the body on the forest floor.

The horrific dismembering was allegedly the result of a 14-year-old girl, who lived in the same village, losing her mobile phone. Wanting it back, her parents — Hanuman Bhumij and his wife, Many Bhumij — turned to black magic, police said. As Prasanta Phukan, an inspector in charge of the Sonari Police Station in Assam, told The Washington Post, many in the remote tribal area are uneducated and steeped in superstition.

Paganism’s darkness is very dark indeed.  Such is the state of utter godlessness.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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One Response to The Darkness of Paganism- It is Very Dark Indeed

  1. I really have a special “feeling” for people who get upset at me when I tell them that certain countries, where the Gospel is not preached or taught will always have to grapple with their own darkness; that specific kind of “religious” darkness! Some are dark countries and that has nothing to do with the skin color of its denizens.

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