My argument would be something pretty close to Ehrman’s: Briefly, we know Jesus didn’t rise from the dead because that’s FUCKING IMPOSSIBLE.
Empathy is a Satanic value, but it can take a lot out of you in the long run. In a way, you could call it a kind of Satanic sacrifice.
“Yazidism has no conceptualization of an Evil Principle; indeed, they find the word ‘Satan’ so offensive that a taboo exists against pronouncing it, or even words that resemble it.” Much like the city of Scottsdale.
Neil Gaiman’s treatment of racist gripes about “Good Omens” is the hardest an Englishman has owned a Nazi since the sinking of the Bismarck in 1941.
The weird, cultish Chinse dance company Shen Yun with the omnipresent ads is a little stuck in the past. But so are most religions–Satanism too.