Chicago man, self-described Satanist, loses latest battle to remove ‘In God We Trust’ from U.S. money

Kenneth Mayle and his guinea hog, Chief Wiggum, outside his house in Chicago on June 4, 2018. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)

“Kenneth Mayle, 36, filed a federal lawsuit in May 2017 against the U.S. government, arguing that carrying around the currency forces him and others like him to spread a religious message that conflicts with his beliefs; according to court papers, he is a practitioner of “non-theistic Satanism.” – Emphasis added.

Full Article: Chicago man, self-described satanist, loses latest battle to remove ‘In God We Trust’ from U.S. money – Chicago Tribune

What I find most interesting about this article is not that he filed this lawsuit, or that he lost, but rather he refers to himself as a non-Theistic Satanist?! As in, does not believe in a God or gods.

This guy must be very confused to worship Satan on one hand and deny the existence of God on the other…. say what? Now he does worship the Father of Lies, who loves to confuse and misdirect, but I really thought his followers were exempt from this just a little.

As for “In God We Trust” being a promotion of Christianity, how can we possibly hear this argument from the left? They are the same group proclaiming we are NOT a Christian nation and that our Country was never founded on Christianity… and then out of the other side their mouths they scream “separation of Church and State!”

Folks you can’t have it both ways, either admit we ARE a Christian nation and then we can talk about the motto or don’t and everyone have a nice day.



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Stand Tall For Christ (Keith Mosher)

Keith Mosher was lost in the world for most of his life, not sure if God existed or who he was. At the age of 35 that all changed when Jesus Christ made himself known in a way Keith could not deny. Now Keith is a Christian writer and Apologist who spends his time defending the faith, encouraging other Christian believers and serving in his local church.

2 thoughts on “Chicago man, self-described Satanist, loses latest battle to remove ‘In God We Trust’ from U.S. money”

  1. This is one that you and I agree on. I don’t like the activism of people who try to remove monuments, etc… it is indeed all part of our history. The Satanist thing is strange; if someone really believes in Satan, how could they worship him? I wonder sometimes if people call themselves Satanists just to be shocking.

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