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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: This Soundtrack Leads to Satanism, Occultism, Blasphemy, Immorality, and Hedonism
• Posted by: Odell Melton
• Date: Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at 2:14 p.m.
• IP Address: 62-43-139-138.user.ono.com
• In Response to: This Soundtrack Leads to Satanism, Occultism, ... (John Cannon, Senior Pastor of Outreach Operations)

> MOVIE MUSIC & SOUNDTRACKS ARE EVIL!

> The church is under attack from movie music! This is really nothing new.
> This attack involves the use of Satanic movie music which has gained
> widespread acceptance from within the church. The attack from within the
> church by music in films has been going on since the 1940's. The sad note
> is that the devil has succeed in popularizing his music even from within
> church sanctioned movies. The tares, deceivers, and wolves have
> popularized modern orchestral music and is now a major sign of a liberal
> apostate church. Just look at a church that accepts music that is heard in
> films and you will see one that is open to all kinds of apostasy. This
> tract will have another look at Satan's music where it does not belong,
> which is... inside the church!

Very insightful statements, Pastor Cannon. The community of Faith is blessed by God to have your services.




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