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Goggy's Question 01: Is dubstep un-christian?

What I want to know from you guys is what do you think about dubstep? Or any other loudish type of music. Im talking heavy metal, hard rock, death metal, hard rap, punk/emo rock etc etc.

I know many people are opposed to such music. And personally, I dont see whats wrong with it unless the lyrics contain blasphemy or are actually promoting un-christian ideals or satanism.

But I am curious and I want to know more. Whats YOUR opinion on it? :)

God bless all,

~Goggles99

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Star Wars Imperial March (Dubstep Brostep Remix)

Star Wars Imperial March (Dubstep Brostep Remix)

Imperial March dupstep. :P

What the...?! *faints* :-P

Reviving an old thread, IK....

But I just wanted to say that I listen to practically everything as long as it is instrumental, Christian, or very clean. I listen to a ton of VG and movie soundtracks, Christian music from most genres (yes that includes hard rock, hip-hop/rap, dubstep, and other such "loud" genres and not just the soft stuff you hear on K-Love TS). I feel that all music is an expression of emotions, and some music is more appropriate for some occasions than others. God gave us music so that we could enjoy it. There's no such thing as a completely evil musical phrase or chord, they're just mixtures of sound which can be harmonic or dissonant. However, that said, music can be used for evil purposes. The application of the music, not the style, is what makes it morally acceptable (or not). A classical sonatina on a piano is no more "good" than a heavy metal riff. Music can be used for good or evil; it doesn't matter what the genre is.

TL;DR - I listen to awesome music. Doesn't matter what the genre is but what the music is used for.

I don't really like heavy rock, myself. But I second what was said above--can be used for good or evil, so kind of neutral. :-)

I think you have to stop and think; "is this pleasing to God? Is this hurting my relationship with him? Is it heathy?"

Yes. What he said.

LegoSuperBowser wrote: I think you have to stop and think; "is this pleasing to God? Is this hurting my relationship with him? Is it heathy?"

The style of music in itself shouldn't affect that. The lyrics/messages are the things one should be worried about. :)

On the other hand, though, some forms of music seem to kill brain cells. But I don't think that's religion--just science.

It might be religion in the sense that it's self harm, etc, though, to listen to the stuff if it's scientifically proven to be harmful...

Hey look, John Green has his own wiki... :P

Just lovely. :-P

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