Undoubtedly by some people. Beatles music, which is extremely mild by today's standards, was protested, boycotted and even burned and steamrolled publically in giant heaps. Some music, it should be mentioned, is heretical - including a few classic beatles tunes. The song Imagine by John Lennon invisions a united future world without poverty, hunger, war, "and no religion too..."
Even though Rock Music and Christian Rock are the same genre; as in 'rock' the difference is simply in the lyrics. Most Rock music artists may sing about pain, misery, neglect etc. Christian Rock bands sing about how they have witnessed God. Usually Christian Rock is for the praise of God; and to attract more teenagers to enjoy happy music of God. Christian Rock can also bring more pleasure into praising God than normal Christian Music.Though Rock Music can be just about normal things in life: For Example: Girlfriends, Unforgivingness or just about anything.
Czech folk-rock music.
The answer is God son.
Satanic music is music against god and worships the devil. Like Deicide.
music+alcohol= rock n roll
by what i can tell god ,jesus christ,and rock
s*x and music
Because he became so proud, he thought he was better than God.
Music + Alcohol = Rock n' Roll
Apollo was the god of music, and often also the god of oracular prophecy. He presided over the utterances of the Sibyl at Delphi, and in his role as patron of music he contested against - and later flayed - the satyr Marsyas.
No. He was never a saint.
alcohol and music makes rock-n'-roll
oh my god, he like created pop/rock music and he invented the pelvic thrust haha
The Church in the Middle Ages thought that music should be performed only for the purpose to worship God and celebrate religious holidays. Music and instruments were banned everywhere else but in churches because of this belief.
They are not against God. Everyone will tell you this but that is just the way they write their music because they had some pretty crappy childhoods.
No, a huge part of being a Christian is worshipping God through Christian songs. However, some Christians think it is wrong to listen to music that is bad, full of things that displease God. That is when it is bad, but personally there is nothing wrong with music, but with music that goes against God is not good to listen too.
I personally think that rock music is not a way of praising God. Rock brings pleasure to the human, not to our heavenly Father. We need to sing to the Lord with all our souls, not part of it. Our God deserves the glory. After all, He did die for us on the cross and forgive our sins. We could give a little sacrifice for Him.
He thought that Cortes was a god, Quezalcoatl, but he was not. He sent Cortes gifts but warned him against coming to Tenochtitlan.
Golden God Awards by Revolver magazine. Yearly hard-rock and heavy metal award show.
They're typically against secular music in general, and they base this on an interpretation of the Bible that music must be directed to the praise of God, and be driven by melody (as opposed to Rock and other contemporary forms of music, which are beat driven). Additionally, Rock music tended to have a much more "decadent" message than others popular forms of music at the time, which furthered their opposition to it. Agreeing totally with the previous post I'd like to add that Heavy Metal in particular sometimes uses chord or note changes that are six semi tones apart eg the song Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath. I believe that from many years back (possibly in the monastries) that this chord/note change should never be used in religious music. Whether this has anything to do with some modern preachers disliking the music I have no idea.
Answer They thought that they were the noble community selected by God and have no punishment from the God in the Last Day. Also they rejected all Prophets who were against their believe
No, Ryan Lacey is not a god. If you are talking about a 'rock god' then he is ranked as a 'rock god'.