Sun Feb 10, 2013, 12:39 PM
The Straight Story (47,767 posts)
Religious Right magazine Charisma: 'Satan has Twisted' Beyoncé to 'Use for His Kingdom'
Charisma: 'Satan has Twisted' Beyoncé to 'Use for His Kingdom'
The Religious Right magazine Charisma is none too pleased with Beyoncé’s performance at the Super Bowl and is pinning the blame on Satan. Writing in Charisma yesterday, Alyssa Shull of “Skunks TV” laments that “Beyoncé has this beautiful gift, that the enemy (Satan) has twisted to use for his kingdom” and that her performance is further evidence that “we need to be aware of the devil’s ploys so we can resist them!”
Hear me out here, to me, her performance was soft porn. I wouldn’t want my (future) sons and daughters to ever see a performance like that. My sons, because it was completely sexual, and I don’t want those images in their minds. My daughters, because I don’t want them to think that to be an attractive women you have to look, dress or act like that.
Ask yourself, did Beyoncé’s performance glorify God?
So whatever we do, we should do it to the glory of God. Sure, Destiny’s Child came out and people were screaming Beyoncé’s praises, but did it bring God praises?
Beyoncé has this beautiful gift, that the enemy (Satan) has twisted to use for his kingdom. Beyoncé was born into a Christian family and she said in one her first popular songs, Survivor, “I’m not gon’ compromise my Christianity (I’m better than that)”.
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Religious Right magazine Charisma: 'Satan has Twisted' Beyoncé to 'Use for His Kingdom' (Original post)
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Response to Berlum (Reply #3)
Sun Feb 10, 2013, 12:48 PM
Berlum (7,044 posts)
4. Only one pathway to ReDempTion for the "Religious Wrong"
They must organize a MASSive petition dRivE to have "The Faith Tones" provide the halftime show for next year's Stupid Bowl.
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Sun Feb 10, 2013, 01:03 PM
kestrel91316 (49,183 posts)
7. "Did Beyoncé’s performance glorify God?"
Funny, I thought she was hired to entertain humans, not to glorify God.
Is the Superbowl actually a religious service now? I was under the impression it was a professional sporting event.