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Old 02-02-2010, 01:36 AM #22
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Lol agreed.
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Well the reason I asked is not that I care if it is considered a sin I was just curious. Oh well the music i have been listening to is The Devil Wears Prada and Attack Attack. Both Christian bands. But now i have gotten into Bring Me The Horizon. So I guess that would be the music Im asking about
It's perfectly fine how I see it. I used to only listen to Christian music but have lately started listening to non Christian bands.

I have heard it said that if you see something as a sin that is not specifically defined as a sin in the Bible, then it is a sin for you (bringing subjectivity into this, eh?). If you are worrying that listening to secular music is a sin, then it may not be best to do so. If you feel comfortable and normal doing so, however, I say why not?
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I offer this as proof that mainstream christian music sucks.
Fixed. Underground Christian music has some of the best stuff I've ever heard.

EDIT: I do like TDWP still. Attack Attack is terrible though.
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Old 02-02-2010, 02:52 AM #23
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no. but listening to certain music can cause you to sin.

like the bible gives you the right to be angry, but tells you not to sin in your anger.

don't sin as a result of the atmospheric vibrations you put in your mind.
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:50 AM #24
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Hypothetically...

If someone were in space without a spacesuit on (hypothetically) and that someone put earbuds in and tried to listen to music through them, would it work?
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Hypothetically...

If someone were in space without a spacesuit on (hypothetically) and that someone put earbuds in and tried to listen to music through them, would it work?
haha, good question.
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:31 PM #26
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Hypothetically...

If someone were in space without a spacesuit on (hypothetically) and that someone put earbuds in and tried to listen to music through them, would it work?
Yes, probably. Space isn't a perfect vacuum so I would imagine sound could travel the 25 mm to your ear drum.
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