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Romancing Death: A True Story of Vampirism, Death, the Occult, and…

by William Schnoebelen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0768441129, Paperback)

Romancing Death sheds the light of God on the popularity of vampirism in today’s pop culture. This fascinating exposé of the dark realities behind romanticizing the occult in our current culture reveals the naked truth about how the church has not addressed the needs of people young and old who fill the holes in their souls and spirits with evil rather than good.

Weaving his personal history—including involvement in Wicca, Freemasonry, and vampirism—the author lays out the literary and cultural history of vampirism and closely analyzes the romanticized presentation of the occult in the Twilight saga.

Romancing Death is a clarion call for the Church to take responsibility to be true salt and light in the world.

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"Romancing Death sheds the light of God on the popularity of vampirism in today's pop culture. This fascinating expose of the dark realities behind romanticizing the occult in our current culture reveals the naked truth about how the church has not addressed the needs of people young and old who fill the holes in their souls and spirits with evil rather than good. Weaving his personal history,including involvement in Wicca, Freemasonry, and vampirism,the author lays out the literary and cultural history of vampirism and closely analyzes the romanticized presentation of."--Publisher's description.… (more)

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