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Part One: SECULAR Paul McCartney, a member of the Beatles, publicly announced in 1965: "None of us believes in Elohim (God)." Their official press officer, Derek Taylor said: "It’s incredible! Here are four boys from Liverpool. They’re rude, they’re profane, they’re vulgar, and they’ve taken over the world. It’s as if they’d founded a new religion. They’re completely anti-Christ. I mean, I'm anti-Christ as well, but they’re so anti-Christ (Messiah) they shock me, which isn’t an easy thing."

Classical music, according to Bloom, is essentially harmonic, while rock music is rhythmic. Harmonic music appeals more to the mind and makes its listeners more contemplative. Rhythmic music appeals more to the emotions and makes its listeners more passionate. The effect on the brain of prolonged exposure to electrical amplification of rhythmic music is "similar to that of drugs."3 Bloom’s thesis is supported by scientific studies cited by Juanita McElwain, Ph. D., a musical therapist, who has contributed an essay (chapter 5) to this symposium. One study reported by the Scripps Howard News Service states that "exposure to rock music causes abnormal neuron structures in the region of the brain associated with learning and memory."

The defence for the use of deafening sound in the church service is that God does not really care about how we sound, as long as we make a joyful noise unto Him. Since rock bands with their electronic equipment are able to produce a powerful, thundering loud noise, it is alleged that God is very happy by such "joyful noise."
Before examining those Bible texts where the phrases "joyful noise" or "loud noise" appear in some mistaken translations, it is important to remember that in Bible times there was no electronic amplification. This means that what was loud in Bible times, would be very normal today. The volume of the music produced by the human voice or musical instruments without amplification, does not increase in proportion of the number of participants.


www.BiblicalPerspectives.com and www.YaHVaHYahweh.Name/Media

Rock Behavior: Divorce, destruction, Demonic supernatural and Idolatry, death, Eastern Mysticism, black magic, blasphemy, sadism, suicide, sodomy, séances, spiritualism, TM (Gary Wright “Dream Weaver”), psychic phenomenon, rape, occult, witchcraft (One of these nights; witchy woman-Eagles), kiss’ Gene Simmons with the ancient pagan symbol of demo worship (the extended tongue), massagonism, drugs, drug overdose, death, insanity, L.S.D., unexpected gas; broken homes; some singers including Eric Clapton had a brief spiritual conversion, pot-smoking, rebellion, lack of love for YaHVaH and for others.
DISCOS A minimum of 125 beats per minute, “Love thyself”, everyone’s a winner, sex, cynicism, success, nothing matters except the body. (see article by Bob Larson).
Some deceased by drugs, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Michael Jackson, Jim Morrison, Brian Jones, Al Wilson of Canned Heat, Bob Marley, Keith Moon of the Who, Elvis Presley, Tommy Bolin of Deep Purple, Sid Vicious, Robbie McIntosh of All White Band.
Who purchased their records and supported their habits.
Clay Crosse 1995 His Love Is Comin' Over Me

1970 Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Wishing you Were Here
1981 Corky Corson and Buckboard: Mt St Helens
Dallas Holm 1979 I’ll Rise Again, Della Reese, Sarah Vaughn, Bobby Rydell, Bobby Vee, Frankie Avalon; Ray Price
Delirious 1982 I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever; Keith Green,
Arthur Fiedler Boston Pops Orchestra 1968 Sleigh Ride; Mitch Miller & The Gang-Winter Wonderland; The Drifters “This Magic Moment”, Doris Day,
It Ain't Necessarily So - Anti Scripture-Bing Crosby and Dinah Shore, Tommy Edwards, Ed Townsend, Gene Pitney (1961) Every Breath I Take; Glen Campbell; Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan, Hermans Hermits (1967)No Milk Today-We won't send you to bed without your warm glass of milk. Paul Anka “Let the Bells Keep Ringing”

“Our worship music should reflect the music we expect to sing in the fellowship of the Father and Son in the world to come. Are the Father, Son, and Pure Spirit honored by our music? Does our music reflect the peace, purity, and majesty of our YHVH? Can we imagine singing our church music one day when we stand before the indescribable majesty of the YHVH? Paul reminds us that "Our citizenship is in heaven" (Phil 3:20). This means that every aspect of our lives, including our music, should be seen as a preparation for eternity with YHVH.”


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