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Consider television programming (and “programming” is exactly what it is) over the last 7 decades: Programming like Married With Children, Friends, Sex in the City, All in the Family, The Modern Family and scores of other such programming dominated and continues to dominate, becoming daily more filthy, lurid and blatantly demonic in content represent a routinely self-administered “head-soak” in putridity—a saturation of, and softening up of the brain by and for sin. The movie industry simply represents a longer-at-a-time head-soak; a deeper, stiffer injection of degeneracy producing foulness.

Consider the music that has done its “programming” over the last 7 decades. Consider the rock, rap, other forms of pop and now so-called “country” genres that have literally set profanity to music. Plato said that “Indulged in to excess, music emasculates instead of invigorating the mind, causing a relaxation of the intellectual faculties, and debasing the warrior into an effeminate slave, destitute of all nerve and energy of soul.” Andrew Fletcher (1655-1716) said, “Let us make the songs of a people, and I care not who makes their laws.” Music can be used powerfully as a means of expressing adoration to God or as a means of giving advantage to Satan. You guess what rock, rap and country has done and is doing to America.

America has made an art form of everything that God hates and abominates. Expressed on stage, screen, surround sound and pornographic literature it serves Satan’s purposes of provoking God and programming souls for whom Christ died. And millions in America who profess to be Christians, in pulpits as well as in pews, are up to their necks and nostrils in it.

I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies

a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not

conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may

prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”

—Rom. 12:1, 2

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