Here's an example: I have always listened to Johnny Cash. Even before i started to think where we come from. (and thats young!) I am an Atheist now and I am 100% sure it isn't god or some other douchebag. But Cash thinks it is. I know his ways of thinking are not realistic. But I still like his music. It's not always about god or something.. What do you think?

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I think you can listen to music without listening to the message. If it sounds good to you, then treat yourself by listening to it. If the message hits you harder than the music, however, and you disagree with it - then I'd say it's been ruined for you; walk away from it.

If you look at Cash's entire career, you should notice a pattern. Several albums about whatever he wanted to sing about, followed by a faith based album. Also, if you look at his popularity and financial situation right before the faith based albums the pattern makes more sense.

Who cares? If a song is good, it's good.

I love that song "Spirit in the Sky".

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