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Iamnotareligiousnutjob
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Rock/Metal is the Devils Music

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Started: 4/28/2017 Category: Music
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Iamnotareligiousnutjob

Pro

Did you know, that nearly every single musical act that was around since the 1950s, was of the devil? That's right demons! Musical acts such as Metallica, AC/DC, and Iron Maiden, were all created by the influence of Satan, and are the Devil's Spawn. In fact, even Christian bands such as Casting Crowns and Third Day, are of the devil.

Music was not created to please the world, and make evil atheists and satanists happy. It was meant to Glorify God. Anyone who listens to the devil's music, is not glorifying God, and praising the devil. For years, this was pretty much how it was, until one man changed everything.

That man, was Aleister Crowley. He had promoted Satanism, and his beliefs, had spread across the world, and influenced every act, to make music to glorify and praise both the devil, and mankind, completely ruining the music industry.

The Beatles included Aleister Crowley on the album cover for Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles were also influenced by Adolf Hitler, and the Devil. The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, and Queen also wrote satanic acts to praise the devil. A lot of people liked the music because they liked the style. This is obviously Satan luring good Christians into the works of the flesh, the devil's spawn.

As for Christian acts like Casting Crowns, and Third Day, their satanic philosophy, includes taking the style of wordly music, and adding Christian lyrics. This music isn't really Christian, because the scriptures explicitly state to despise the world, which are the lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes, and pride of life. This does not do that, and it is a sin to listen to Casting Crowns and Third Day.

Now if you aren't convinced that the music is of the devil, I will talk about some satanic songs written by artists.

1. Holy Diver - Dio - This song is about the devil, whom which they call "Holy". The Dive was his descend to hell. The Devil Worshippers behind this song hope for Satan to escape hell, which he cannot.

2. Master of Puppets - Metallica - The creators of this song had lied about it being an anti-drug song, which breaks one of the ten commandments "Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy Neighbor". The real purpose of this song was Satan brainwashing men into thinking that God is evil, by "How I'm Killing You" while it's Satan being the evil one, and God is holy.

3. The Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden - It's simple. The Song is about Devil Worship.

4. The Red Hot Chili Peppers said in an interview "First of all, We'd like to thank Satan". This makes them satanic.

No Christian should listen to this devil's music.
Sonofcharl

Con

Hello.

I will accept your challenge.

But of course. Firstly you must prove beyond any doubt, the existence of a god and the existence of a devil.

It's the same old problem.

Making such profound claims. Backed up by what is and always has been, a totally unsubstantiated notion of the existence of supernatural fantasy figures.

Sound is a universal reality. Sound does not need human justification.

Music is simply the manipulation of sound. We have been manipulating sound for many millennia. Long before we decide that we needed a god and a devil to account for all that we didn't understand.
Debate Round No. 1
Iamnotareligiousnutjob

Pro

Without a God, there would be no universe. The Universe could not create itself, and to prove that the god is a Christian god, he sent Jesus to die on a cross to die for our sins. On the third day, he resurrected himself. This is something that no false god could do. Without the Devil, there would be no sin. Then we wouldn't be arguing about this, because all rock/metal acts would never exist.

It is true that sound has been manipulated for at least 6017 years. God has always existed through that time, and even the first humans Adam and Eve, would've had to give an account to God. Sin was around since the beginning, probably even before Adam and Eve were born, when Satan (known as Lucifer at the time), wanted to be God, but God didn't want that as he sinned, and sent him to hell.

You will answer to God one day for the sins you commit, and give an account of your life, about all the things you did, including listening to ungodly satanic music.

"So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God." - Romans 14:12

If you want to know more about whether a band is Satanic or Not, it takes three requirements for them to be a Christian act. If not, then they are of the devil.

1. The purpose of the songs is to Glorify God - Not every band labeled Christian is actually a Christian band. Mumford & Sons isn't a Christian band, because they even said they didn't like being labeled one. A true Christian band would create songs that glorify, praise God, and all the members would be Christians, whose goal is to win more souls to the Lord.

2. Their Lyrics must glorify God - Even if a band is full of Christians, their lyrics may not be that godly. 12 Stones was labeled a Christian band, but I've looked at the lyrics and haven't heard the word "God" or "Jesus" or anything like that in any of their lyrics. This makes them a Satanic band. Other good Christian acts, will create lyrics to glorify god, and win more souls to the Lord.

"Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God." - 1 Corinthians 10:31

3. The Style of the Music must not be Worldly - Most Christian Acts nowadays, and the reason why CCM should be called CSM (Contemporary Satanic Music), is because they take the style of worldly acts, and put Christian lyrics. This is not true Christianity, and still makes the band Satanic. Artists like TobyMac and Skillet are two examples of this, as they may have Christian lyrics, but their music is worldly and of the devil.

"Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him." - 1 John 2:15

An Unsaved man who listens to Satanic music will burn in hell for all eternity, because they did not believe in Christ. A Saved man who listens to Satanic music, will not burn in hell, but will answer to God one day. Then another day, every knee will bow to the great white throne, which God will judge everyone who ever lived. Anyone whose name was not written in the book of life (so basically the unsaved) will burn in the lake of fire, which is the second death.
Sonofcharl

Con

Once again. Rash claims about the existence of a god.

And no proof.

If a god had to create the universe.

Then something would have to have created that god.

It's an endless conundrum.

If you cannot emphatically prove the existence of a god or a devil.

Then you cannot prove that "Rock/Metal is the Devils Music".
Debate Round No. 2
Iamnotareligiousnutjob

Pro

Here are 4 things that prove that God is real.

1. Jesus Christ, a real human being, had died on a cross to save us from our sins. The Crucifixion is an event that is historical fact, that is just as real as World War II and Adolf Hitler. The Resurrection was confirmed to be real by hundreds of witnesses. This is something that no false God did, proving that all other religions are a fraud.

2. The Bible, which is divided into 66 books, from Genesis to Revelation, is the best-selling book of all time, with over 5 billion copies, with over 100 million more being sold each year. He used 40 people that have nothing to do with each-other, to write the 66 books, and put them into one big book, which spread the religion to where it became the largest in the world.

3. "For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen." - Romans 1:20. The eternal power and divine nature is shown through thunderstorms, earthquakes, hailstorms, and that God put the Earth at the exact position away from the sun as it needed to be. This proves that there is a God that created the universe. More of this will be shown during the Tribulation period which is to take place after the Rapture, which nobody knows when that will be.

4. The Sin from the world, which includes Murder, Lying, Vandalism, Swearing, and Stealing, would've never came to be without Satan to begin that. God originally intended Adam and Eve to live forever as perfect creatures, but Satan had them eat from that bad tree. Satan could not exist without a God, as he is not all-powerful.

It is fact that God is real, and it is also a fact, that you will have to answer one day for your sins.
Sonofcharl

Con

1. Where did god come from?

And more importantly with regard to this debate.

Where did the devil come from.

As you assert in round 2. Something can not exist without being created.

If your god was all fantastic, surely he wouldn't have created the devil.

2. Sound has existed ever since matter has existed and matter was around long before humans came up with the notion of a god or a devil

Creatures were manipulating sound long before humans ever did and long before the human notion of a god or a devil.

Humans have been manipulating sound to create " Rock/Metal" for a mere fifty years or so.

If what you say is correct, then the only one who can offer judgement on "Rock/Metal" would be god them self.

And as a god hasn't made them self available for a couple of thousand years, obviously then, there is no worthy justification of your claim.

3. Pro's proposition, ultimately relies on the existence of a devil and the consequent proof that the devil created "Rock/Metal".

Pro offers time worn theory to argue the existence of a god.

But offers no evidence whatsoever to argue the existence of a devil.
Debate Round No. 3
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