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Aaron Today: Why Christians Kill

 

By James Donahue

July 3, 2005

 

Psychic Aaron C. Donahue says his topic today will include an examination of Christian psychopathology and how it relates to mass murders.

 

Donahue notes that many of the more infamous psychopathic killers of our time have had their roots deep in the Christian belief system. He will explain to his listeners why mass angelic possession, which is the overwhelming force behind the Christian church, can be a form of insanity that can even lead to serial killing sprees.

 

Donahue’s sister, Jennifer Sharpe, who also appears on the show, has been preparing a special page on the http://ummo.cc website titled: Christian Psychopathology and Criminal Behavior. On the page you will find a list with pictures, a brief record of the crimes, and links to full stories about the evil accomplishments of known Christian killers.

 

The list ranges from the Romanian priest that ordered the crucifixion of a nun because he was convinced she was possessed by the devil, to BTK Killer Dennis Rader, president of a Lutheran Church, who terrorized Wichita, Kansas for decades by strangling his victims.

 

Donahue and Sharpe will be speaking about this serious social disease plus numerous other important topics of the day during the Internet Voice of Lucifer show that begins at 3 p.m. Pacific and 6 p.m. Eastern Time.

 

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