If your Anti-Devil sweater proves to be too bulky for the action-packed world of cult-fighting, more advanced God Warriors can upgrade to a windbreaker that has a collar that looks like the opening credits of In Living Color.
"Mustaches are also helpful in trapping Satan's words from ever escaping your lips."
You might think that 1994 is a little late for someone to be this worried about Devil crimes, especially given that the Satanic Panic of the late '80s had been pretty thoroughly debunked for everyone who was not actually drawing Jack Chick comics, yet Reverend Officer Coulter remains undeterred. He launches immediately into breaking down the signs of Satanic activity in your community, like grave-robbing, human sacrifice, and video games.
Of course, Coulter is sure to note that video games are more the tool of the dabbler in Satanic cults than the hardcore grave-robber, but I think we've all suspected that the Super Nintendo was in fact Beelzebub's greatest weapon in the war against Christ. There may, however, be more subtle signs, too, like, say, 666 and inverted crosses spray-painted on trees, as we learn when Eric Pryor, a mulleted Christian who used to be involved with Satan, takes us to the park to look for signs of Devil worship and animal sacrifice. As he tells us, "There's two different communities that use this park. One is the pagan, or occultic, community, and the other, of course, is the homosexual community. Interestingly enough, they go hand-in-hand."