"It would be easy if Satan came as he is often portrayed, with horns and a pitchfork. We would naturally flee this ugliness.
"Alas, he often comes cloaked in beauty, in sheep’s clothing. He claims to offer us freedom and autonomy from an unreasonable God and Church, liberation from rules and being 'told what to do.' He cloaks himself in the false righteousness of being 'tolerant' and 'not judging others.'
"...Beware, Satan has many disguises and he seldom presents as he really is. The movie The Passion of the Christ brilliantly presented Satan in the Garden. At first there was almost a strange beauty. But a closer look revealed increasingly hideous details: cold, fixed eyes, sharp and discolored nails, sickly pale skin, suddenly androgynous qualities, and a disgusting maggot crawling in and out of the nose. An audible moan came from the audience in the theatre where I first saw it. Would that, beyond the movie, we could sense this revulsion and clarity as to the evil of Satan and his truest reality."
He finishes up with this video, which sums it up brilliantly.
But go and read the rest of the piece.
If Igniter Media sounds vaguely familiar, it's because they also did the powerful "That's my King! Do you know Him?" video.