Rock Music is satanic
Rock Music: The Devil’s Advocate, from av1611.org
“…According to the book The Emerging Generation, the average teenager consumes 6 hours a day of rock music! It is their most devoted companion. It’s their ….”
John Todd talks about how demons took over the music industry.
“…John Todd explains how demons are in mainstream music. After creating the master copy, they pray to the devil over it to get demons to go out into unsuspecting music lovers. Be careful what you listen to, it could be cursed. Bless all your music to get the demons out. …”
The Devil’s Music Part 1: Why God Doesn’t Love Rock ‘N’ Roll, from youtube.com
“+Mat Loyal Rock music isn’t Satanic because Satan doesn’t exist. What it is is worldly, which, according to the bible at least, is something Christians are supposed to avoid. Personally I think the notion of living in the world but not being of the world is nonsense, which I think would explain why Christians listen to and play rock music even though they technically shouldn’t. The same goes for everything else Christians do but aren’t supposed to do...”
THE SATANIC ROOTS OF ROCK, jesus-is-savior.com
“..Modern electronic-rock music, inaugurated in the early 1960s, is, and always has been, a joint enterprise of British military intelligence and Satanic cults. On the one side, the Satanists control the major rock groups through drugs, sex, threats of violence, and even murder. On the other side, publicity, tours, and recordings are financed by record companies connected to British military intelligence circles. Both sides are intimately entwined with the biggest business in the world, the international drug trade.
The so-called “rock stars” are pathetic puppets caught in a much larger scheme. From the moment they receive their first recording royalties, the groups are heavily immersed in drugs. For example, much-admired “stars” such as John Lennon of the Beatles and Keith Richard of the Rolling Stones, were heroin addicts. Richard had to obtain blood transfusions, replacing his entire heroin-laced blood supply, in order to get a visa to enter the United States. (Tony Sanchez, Up and Down WIth the Rolling Stones, p.319)..”
AC DC ROCK & ROLL DEVIL MUSIC BEING PLAYED IN CHURCH AS WORSHIP EXPOSED from youtube.com
“A church thought it would be a good idea to play satanic music as part of their worship to God! In this video I plead for the church to wake up! This is a disgrace to Christ! Please share this video !!! God Bless, STAY VIGILANT & FEAR NO EVIL !!!
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The Lyrics Don’t Matter – Christian Rock is still the Devil’s music , from youtube.com
“…Uploaded on Mar 25, 2011
This video proves that it doesn’t really matter if the lyrics are ‘christian’, once they are mixed with Rock and Roll the message is changed and satan’s poison is introduced into the blood stream of the listener. Would you eat steak from a dirty toliet seat? That is what you do when you try to consume ‘pretty lyrics’ in the context of Rock. It makes the whole dish corrupt!
“Uploaded on Mar 26, 2009
For music by many of the artists featured in this video visit: http://christianconcertarchive.com”
What’s Wrong with Christian Rock Part 6, from youtube.com
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Amy Grant Is On The Devil’s Side By David J. Stewart | October 2005 | Updated January 2016 jesus-is-savior.com
“…The six-pointed-star Amy “communicates” is a hexagram. “Hex” is a spell used to place a curse. Hex is also the Greek word for the number six. Sean Sellars, a former Satanist, who was executed for sacrificing 3 people to Satan, says in his book, Web of Darkness (p.51), the hexagram “is said by some to be the most powerful and evil sign in Satanism and of all the occult world.” Sellers also states, “The hexagram is used mainly in witchcraft to summon demons from the underworld.” As Amy’s is flashing the “hexagram”, a mysterious black-attired man begins digging up a guitar (the curse) from the “underground”! This is no coincident or accident. These videos cost thousands of dollars to produce. They are researched and choreographed to the smallest detail. ..”
Wolves in Costume: Amy L. Grant creationliberty.com
Is “Rock and Roll” the Devil’s Music? jwallace January 30, 2014 Christian Living, Culture, Writings coldcasechristianity.com
“… Is “rock and roll” unholy? Is there something prohibitively un-Christian about this form of music? Can we, as Christians, listen to “rock and roll” or contemporary “pop” music in good conscience? I think the answer is “yes” (and “no”).
Musical expression is a combination of melody and lyric. As a Christian, I will not listen to (or affirm) unholy, demeaning, profane or ungodly lyrics. That’s an easy call. But what about the melody? Is there something innately ungodly about the melodic, rhythmic form of rock or pop music? Can I affirm rap music if it’s lyrically appropriate? Can I enjoy a punk or metal band if their lyrics are God honoring? Sure. I do it all the time. My iPod playlist tonight includes a number of Christian rock and pop bands, including Skillet, Switchfoot, Kutless, Project 86, Sumerlin, House of Heroes, Stellar Kart and Relient K. I’ve been to a few of their concerts. They’re loud –very loud. But, they’re God honoring…”
Rock N Roll: just music or the devil’s music? christianchat.com
Christian Rock Music: Is Rock Music of the Devil?, equip.org
“THE CHRISTIAN AND ROCK MUSIC- Who Is Right?
All is not well in the world of rock and roll. Many of today’s biggest rock stars promote violence, drug abuse, sexual immorality, and occultism by both their songs and lifestyles. With an image like this, it’s no wonder that many Christians believe rock music was spawned by the Devil himself. Nevertheless, there are other Christians who see absolutely nothing wrong with rock music — whether performed by Christian or secular artists. So which side is correct?…”
Rock Music is NOT satanic
53d. America Rocks and Rolls ushistory.org
“…The roots of rock and roll lay in African American blues and gospel. As the Great Migration brought many African Americans to the cities of the north, the sounds of rhythm and blues attracted suburban teens. Due to segregation and racist attitudes, however, none of the greatest artists of the genre could get much airplay.
Disc jockey Alan Freed began a rhythm-and-blues show on a Cleveland radio station. Soon the audience grew and grew, and Freed coined the term “rock and roll.”..”
“The foundations of rock music are in rock and roll, which originated in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and quickly spread to much of the rest of the world. Its immediate origins lay in a melding of various black musical genres of the time, including rhythm and blues and gospel music, with country and western. In 1951, Cleveland, Ohio disc jockey Alan Freed began playing rhythm and blues music for a multi-racial audience, and is credited with first using the phrase “rock and roll” to describe the music…”
How did Gospel influence American popular music? teachrock.org
“…In this lesson, students will trace the influence of Gospel music on early Rock and Roll, particularly in R&B’s embrace of such key musical features as the call-and-response and in the uses of complex rhythms. The class will make side-by-side comparisons of Gospel and early Rock and Roll songs, as well as work in groups to chart the overall influence of Gospel on a range of different popular music genres. ..”
Rock And Roll – A Very Brief History , from youtube.com
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