anything that emanates out of the maw of that man of perdition i put on the pay no mind list anyway.period, end of sentence.
Hi saints,yeah right, Roman idolatry "church" has only one problem: modern music.Needles to say that Greg only meant to use figure of spech (as he also explained) when he mentioned "protestant pope". cant agree more that evangelical churches have lots of worships songs that are nothing more than some emotionaly charged music that gives fals feeling of worship, when in actuality it is nothing at all.i myself personally always prefered ald hymns for their deep theology, good music and poetic value. just right for me anyways. And i know we cant be dogmatic about this either. I am not against any new music just because it is new, but old ones seem to me more genuine.As per origins of gregorian chants of roman curch,i ones read in Alexander Hislop's exhaustive research and verry valuable book "The Two Babylons", that gregorian chants are pretty much the same sort of mind numbing and trans initiating chants used in ancient Babilonian and Egiptian idolatrous liturgies.i recomend the book mentioned above to anyone who wants to study roman idolatry, also klnown as "Catholic church" more seriously. It blew my mind when i first read it!May God bless you all,Levan
Thank you humble, for that contribution about Gregorian Chant. I also agree you on the Old Hymns.
QUOTE: "anything that emanates out of the maw of that man of perdition i put on the pay no mind list anyway.period, end of sentence."==HEZWELLINGLOL! Am assuming you mean the Pope(s) and not Greg Gordon.I got a real chuckle out of your way of expressing it; very well said.
i recomend the book mentioned above to anyone who wants to study roman idolatry, also klnown as "Catholic church" more seriously. It blew my mind when i first read it!
I chuckled when I read the OP...Where is people's sense of humor that they cannot see into that? Are moderns that ignorant of satire, sarcasm and hyperbole they do not recognize it when they see/hear it?Maybe people need to study Brother Isaiah's writing more seriously? He uses these figures of speech a lot.Maybe the problem is you do not live in the south where we talk tongue-in-cheek a lot...For example, how do you understand this expression, "You are dressed fit to kill"?Oh, well....I agree with Greg.
It is obvious that Mark Driscoll is the New self-appointed protestant Pope of the modern Christian age.[ Driscoll loves Spurgeon..]http://www.driscollcontroversy.com/?page_id=122"...So I grabbed one of our punk-rock worship teams that had recently come together, with Matt drumming, Jeff, [Jeff Suffering] who had been the front man for a punk band called 90 Pound Wuss, and a college student named Luke singing and playing guitar. They [ his choir] have remained with our church ever since as the worship team humorously called Team Strikeforce. I also grabbed a few young college students who wanted to go into ministry, expecting I could use the experience to train them. (Confessions, p100)In its first few years, the Paradox [a secular music ministry of Driscolls church] hosted about 650 concerts for about 65,000 kids. We have had only a few minor problems, like the Japanese punk band that got naked during their set for no apparent reason and another band that set off fireworks during their show.Mel Gibson, a super-Catholic, [ who produced the Passion of the Christ movie.] built his own Catholic temple on his property and believes that Latin is the only correct form of communicating the [ wicked] Mass, as do millions of traditional Catholics. Sad and delusional, on both ends. [Driscoll].
And we care what the pope has to say becuuuuuzzz....?They named it correctly when they decided to call the pope's declaration "Papal Bulls"... because thats generally what they are.Krispy