The Pet Sin of Christian Rock
In this study will be examining “Christian Rock” music and it close ties to its predecessor “Secular Rock” music. This study will involve looking at a substantial email exchange I had with another man (calling himself a Christian) who was bound and determined to prove me wrong. The only problem was that he never gave me anything but his opinion to base his arguments on, but the Bible says in: Proverbs 14:12 & 16:25: “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.” This whole study is really an indictment on the typical, modern day, lukewarm church that refuses to call sin: sin; and why the judgment of sin is so important in our individual lives as well as in the church. We will also be looking specific groups with the Christian Rock movement (like DC Talk & others) to see what they believe and preach; and explore the history of modern day rock music and how it relates to one of the most debauched high level occults who ever lived: Aleister Crowley. I will also give my partial testimony regarding Rock and Christian Rock music presenting my first hand experience with this end time delusion that has permeated apostate Christianity. The second part of this study will deal with a Bible study from the book of Galatians which is particularly important for anyone struggling with wanting to mingle the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with the law; which is particularly prevalent in Christian Zionism, The Hebrew Roots Movement, etc.
Strong Delusion Overtakes the Church
Scotts very first Teaching.
In this teaching we will look at how man-made religion is Satan’s greatest tool to ultimately take millions to hell. We will also look at what the Bible means by: Blindness in part is happened to the Jew until the fullness of the Gentile come in. We will then do a detailed study on the second part of Romans 1 to see how the tendencies of the wicked will manifest. This portion of Scripture also details and condemns the homosexual lifestyle by both man and woman. You will also see why the “root of bitterness” is so dangerous and how this portion of Scripture should be a self-check for our own lives as Bible believing Christians.