Rapper Kanye West recently appeared on the talk show of Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner and talked at one point on the show about the WWJD bracelet he was wearing, stating “Rob [Kardashian] gave me this, and it’s just ‘What Would Jesus Do?’ and I love it. It’s just such a cool bracelet and I’m a Christian and I wanted to let people know that that’s what’s on my mind. It’s important to me that I grow and walk and raise my family with Christian values.” Skeptics then lit up the blogosphere and Internet to criticize West for claiming to be Christian. Now actress Meagan Good, who also claims to be Christian, has started an Internet storm of her own by defending Kanye West’s statement.
At the other end of the music industry spectrum is singer Dave Mustaine of thrash metal band Megadeth. An interview he did was published today at Nashvillescene.com where he is promoting a concert series featuring Megadeth and Iron Maiden. In the article Mustaine claims to be Christian and gives his political and social views, discusses attending seminary, and reading the Bible while interlacing his statements with curse words. He also makes this interesting statement–“I don’t think that my faith has anything to do with my lyrics. I try and keep religion out of it. Frankly, for me, I don’t believe in religion. I have a personal relationship with God and with Christ, and that’s it. I don’t push that on anybody; it’s private. I kind of leave it there.” He also went on to defend Iron Maiden’s song “Number of the Beast”, claiming it was simply a song about the book of Revelation.
So why is it that these and other entertainers claim Christianity when their lives, music, and speeches speak the total opposite of Christianity? It’s all part of an elaborate strategy to mock, minimize, and mute true Christianity. Like Meagan Good defending Kanye West, many people who claim to be Christian will make all kinds of statements defending all types of behavior with the ever popular statements about Jesus not judging sinners and welcoming those who don’t have it together and calling us wrong for calling people out when they do wrong.
When I say this is an elaborate strategy, I mean that entertainers like these men are part of a greater scheme to make fake Christianity seem genuine as a part of the New World Order they espouse. The entertainment industry is chock full of men like Kanye West and Dave Mustaine who are slaves of the Illuminati, whose goal is to move the masses toward one world religion. Kanye West even admitted on stage that he sold his soul to the devil several years ago. So entertainers set themselves up as positive, successful role models who claim to be Christian, or Buddhist, or atheist, or Kabbalist, or Hindu, or some other religion and then appear as a united front backing common social causes to market the idea that all religions lead to God. Most of the world is deceived and will be blissful in their state of being deceived until the end of the coming tribulation.
But the Lord loved us enough to warn us several times about such phonies, who are really an updated brand of the Nicolaitanes and Baal worshipers mentioned in the Bible whose spiritual father is Satan himself.
He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemneth the just, even they both are abomination to the Lord. Proverbs 17:15
…an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. Luke 6:45