There are many Christians who read and watch myths believing the characters to be only make believe – however, there are actual evil spirits behind these supposedly mythological characters.One evil character in particular is proven by scripture not to be pretend.This is the ‘satyr’.The word ‘satyr’ is found in the Bible in Isaiah 13:21; 34:14.The Hebrew word for ‘satyr’ in Isaiah 13:21; 34:14 is “sair, saw-eer; …a faun:- devil, goat”.Though there are some Christians who realize these characters are inspired by evil they still try and use them as a teaching tool.Mythology does not teach Biblical principles.It makes a mockery of the Bible and causes spiritual confusion in the minds of our children.Many Christians claim that mythology, horror, and science fiction can be used to learn about, or to combat darkness; however, this is a lie.They tell Christians it is not bad, but is only mythology with a Christian theme.(In other words, supposed Christian mythology.)One mythological movie in particular is being promoted by our churches.They even decorate there Sunday school rooms with pictures promoting this movie, and this encourages children to bring this same décor into their home.The sad truth is that most Christians do not know what one character in this movie really represents.It represents perversion! In mythology the character pan (the Roman equivalent to faun)is associated with, and illustrated as having a human male genital (though the movie does not show this).Pan, or faun, is a satyr and it represents blatant perversion.In this very popular (supposedly) Christian movie and book the satyr (faun – devil, goat) is a friend to the children.The mythological goat-man pan (whom the movie calls faun) befriends the children he is supposed to deliver to the witch.In our world today we have enough evil seducing spirits trying to befriend our children; we should not have to take them to a supposed Christian movie that shows them it is alright to befriend evil as long as it is nice to them.Of course there is a hero in this movie – a lion – and he is sacrificed.Many Christians believe this lion depicts Christ (although the movie never mentions Jesus).Jesus Christ is not an animal sacrifice – He replaced animal sacrifices!This movie is a very poor attempt to bring the salvation message to a generation of children who do not even know what the movie supposedly means.Job 14:4:Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean?not one.The message of salvation is very plain and isnot confusing – unlike this mythological movie.Christians are embracing mythology without realizing the evil that is associated to it – or the evil spirits that are inspiring it.This movie is a lie – and Satan is the father of lies.John 8:44:Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.How can you tell God’s true message of salvation using a lie (a myth)?The saddest part of all is that Christian leaders are promoting this movie as if it pleases God!Isaiah 9:16:For the leaders of this people cause them to err; and they that are led of them are destroyed.Zechariah 10:3:Mine anger was kindled against the shepherds, and I punished the goats…The Hebrew word for ‘goats’ in Zechariah 10:3 is “attud, at-tood’; …(fig.) leaders of people”.Christian mythology is being portrayed as a sheep, but it is really a goat, and our Shepherds are supposed to know – and teach us – the difference!Matthew 25:32-33:And before him shall be gathered all nations:and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.
Anyone who tries to tell you that you have to see this movie before making a decision against it you should tell them that you do not have to go to hell to know it is bad, or watch a movie about it to figure out that you do not want to go there.You can take God’s Word for it!