Over at first things, there is a great article about how Rome and the Episcopal Church respond to demons. The article could just as easily be titled “Why Rome Gets Bigger, and the Incredible Shrinking Episcopal Church Doesn’t”. The best part of it for me, however was the hymn at the end, which was written by Ghanaian Afua Kuma:
If Satan troubles us
You who are the lion of the grasslands
You whose claws are sharp
Will tear out his entrails
And leave them on the ground
For the flies to eat.
I think this should be the theme song for the next Wyoming District Youth Camp.