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Monday, May 3, 2010

“I Go To Church Just As Much As I Go To The Strip Club”

Wow…whats  going on! Florida rapper T-Pain  announced last month that he too  will release a gospel/Christian album this fall....This is a surprise  not saying that T- Pain can’t sing gospel music...Remember Kanye West won Gospel Song of the Year once  with “Jesus Walks" But to  have a gospel artist who is comparing going to church with going to the strip club might be going a little bit too far...Am thinking what will his message  be?...If not mistaken the "Gospel" is about the good news of Jesus......T-Pain say  he's a deeply spiritual person.... "Dude, I go to church just as much as I go to the strip club". There are going to be allot of confused people( more than there already are) walking around thinking you can hit the  “stip club” and turn around and stroll in to the church on Sunday morning....Don't get me wrong , yes the church is for everyone, whatever state, form, or fashion that a person is in, however…some may get  the concept that you don't have to make a choice...That you can continue doing what you want to do...Just  long as you go to church you're  be “OK”....Am  not saying that T-Pain should  be the example that people follow, but their will be some that will follow his method....The album, which as of now is called “Even Heaven Got A VIP” is due out September 9th.... What do you think?
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  1. I hate to say it, but many people can't tell the difference between the strip club and the sanctuary.

    The pimps and pimpettes, from the pew to the pulpit, are living it up (and I don't mean unto God) ... We no longer live by God's standards of what is wrong or right, but by comparing ourselves to others, be they rappers or hirelings or sex-crazed politician....

    "And he said to me, “Son of man, do you see what they are doing, the great abominations that the house of Israel are committing here, to drive me far from my sanctuary? But you will see still greater abominations.” Ezekiel 8:6


    "As surely as I live, says the Sovereign Lord, Sodom and her daughters were never as wicked as you and your daughters. Sodom’s sins were pride, gluttony, and laziness, while the poor and needy suffered outside her door. She was proud and committed detestable sins, so I wiped her out, as you have seen. “Even Samaria did not commit half your sins. You have done far more detestable things than your sisters ever did. They seem righteous compared to you. Shame on you! Your sins are so terrible that you make your sisters seem righteous, even virtuous." Ezekiel 16:48-52

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  2. kisura brock,
    modern christianity and islam , both come from an absorption of exterior popular culture into the christian cultural mold.
    This is just another absorption. Like in the past, some will see it as false or unchristian but it will catch on.
    judaism never absorbed, but it also never became a major religion populationwise.

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  3. Well this is interesting. I guess anyone who chooses a rapper as a spiritual role model gets what they get. On the other hand, inspiration can come from unsual and unexpected places. I'm just saying.

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  4. Well this is interesting. I guess anyone who chooses a rapper as a spiritual role model gets what they get. On the other hand, inspiration can come from unsual and unexpected places. I'm just saying.

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