Originally posted by chromewolfHere's a rock song about the book of Hosea.
I have heard that music plays a big role in one's religion.
Rock music is said to have the most influence (most Christian-people stated that it is hazardous).
Can anybody shed some light (no pun intended :-)) on this subject?
Originally posted by chromewolfListen, let me tell you something. You're fairly new here I can tell, but most people in this forum don't know what the hell they're talking about. If they are in the BWA clan, you can trust them. Like me for example, I'm a Baptist preacher and I listen to rock music. You think Jesus wants you to listen to "Bringin in the Sheaves" all damn day? Hell Naw!
But perhaps there was a misunderstanding (or i just didnt explain properly).
According to them, rock music isnt healthy (something about being a rebel).
Originally posted by chromewolfI just can't begin to tell you how detrimental contemporary Christian music is to the spiritual well-being of people. The lyrics are shallow and horrible. I consider it cult behavior. Plus whenever I see a contemporary Christain singer, I have this image of them trying to seduce me with their charm. Dammit, if I wanted that, I'd find a whore.
Why do you say that? I respect your view.
But aren't people inspired to do things by Greater Powers?
Originally posted by chromewolfEver heard of Bach, Handel, Brahams? They didn't keep their religion separate from their music. I'm just saying contemporary Christian music is crap.
That was said objectively
So I am on the right path if i keep Religion and music theories separate?
God isn't going to judge me based upon my choice of music right?