Friday, March 16, 2012


Last night I went to a sort of Christian fundraising event.

Near the end, the person heading the event got up and sang "Hallelujah" by Leonard "The Kike" Cohen. She said this blasphemous song was good because it got people to say Hallelujah, which means "praise God."

First, when Paul was in Ephesus and was being followed by that girl who was shouting, "These men are from the Lord Jesus Christ to tell you how to be saved", Paul turned around and cast the demon out of her. This is because he knew the girl was saying what she was saying in mockery. She wasn't proclaiming the Gospel without knowing it, she was mocking Christianity. This was wrong and Paul took care of that situation.

Thus, this Leonard Cohen song, including the Hallelujahs is wrong because it is a mockery toward God.

Saying this song is good because it makes people say praise God is like saying pedophiles are good people because they drive slowly through school zones.

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