On this Sunday, today’s read is from William Wolfe, a 10-year veteran of the conservative political movement, William Wolfe served as a Senior Official in the Trump Administration, both as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon and a Director of Legislative Affairs at the Department of State. Prior to his service in the Administration, William worked for Heritage Action for America, and as a Congressional Staffer for three different Members of Congress Here’s an excerpt:
The devil isn’t in the details anymore. No, he’s up on the stage in full view, performing at the 65th Grammy Awards, and getting broadcast by CBS into millions of homes across our nation on primetime TV.
I am, of course, referring to Sunday night’s Satanic-themed serenade by not one but two sexually transgressive pop stars — Sam Smith and Kim Petras — during the performance of their Grammy-winning song “Unholy.”
The now 30-year-old Petras was locked in a cage up on a stage, dancing and gyrating in the most obscene fashion, while Smith stood on the center platform, dressed in red, surrounded by flames. They were obviously paying homage to the Prince of Darkness with this performance.
But what does this Pfizer-funded, CBS-broadcast, Grammy-sanctioned Satanic worship ceremony teach us about the current state of American art and culture? And how should Christians respond? Here are four suggestions.
Read them here.
‘Jesus’ ad to appear during Super Bowl.