Snoop Dogg: As a kid, I was pushed into the Baptist church, taught that way. As an adult, I was able to seek out information on my own to find out that the Muslim religion, Rastafari, Baptist, Christian — that they all the same. They all God-fearing people and love is love. ... It's more based on life and a way of life and liberty as opposed to religion. Because religion is so false, because it's so past tense and written by someone who is not here. I feel like religion should be based on the way you live and the way you treat yourself and treat others.Just because a child is taken to church by their parents doesn't make them a Christian! Every person at the age of accountability has to choose for themselves who they will serve. Snoop Dogg so reminds me of folks who were raised with-in the Christian church, but can still find a way to put all faiths on equal footing.
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Saturday, March 16, 2013
In a Q&A with the Associated Press Snoop Dogg let it be known that he's going through a shift , change, and transformational period in his life and personal growth. While out pushing his new project along with a documentary that tracks his trip to Jamaica and his exploration of Rasta culture, he had this to say about faith: