The company that made Lil Nas X’s new 666 Satan shoes that have sparked controversy is being sued by Nike for trademark infringement.
NFL prospect Trevor Lawrence criticized rapper Lil Nas X’s recently announced 666 Satan shoes on Twitter.
Lil Nas X made headlines when he announced the release of 666 pairs of “Satan shoes,” featuring a pentagram, a verse about Satan, and a drop of human blood.
The fear of cosmic evil—of evil that is more than just bad neural wiring in the brain of a murderer—is innate within us all. It is a healthy and sane emotion.
Our society has lost the ability to make even the most elementary moral distinctions. And it hurts our children most of all.
The people running new Satan Clubs to compete with Christian after-school clubs don’t actually believe in Satan. They just want to be jerks to people who do.
Tom Ellis almost redeems ‘Lucifer,’ but not quite. Too bad Fox abandoned the comic-book source material, which better depicts the Devil’s sheer willfulness.
In the latest example, an AP reporter made deceptive claims about abortion opponents involving “Satan worshippers and savages.” But it’s worse than that.
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