You are so correct. I raise my eyebrows when
I see Christian entertainers with fan clubs, heavy metal sounds, strobe lights,
Hollywood attire and all the glitz and glamor of a rock star. It just
doesn't compute. Are people actually worshipping Jesus with this style of
"entertainment" or following and praising the entertainer for his/her skill and
talent and stage appeal?
And some preachers are just as bad, with their
designer suits, flashy jewelry, luxury cars and homes and airplanes, etc.
They have to constantly put on a show and beg for money in order to maintain
their lavish lifestyle.
I hear the arguement all the time that the old hyms
do not appeal to the young people of today. Since when does the music have
to be tailored or changed so the young people can be pleased with a worldly
The train has run off the track as far as so called
"christian" entertainment is concerned, and I seriously doubt the antics
and secular style of rock and heavy metal music actually reach the levels of