A Rocker who tore up the Bible!
October 30, 2012 11:13am CST
The front man of the band Behemoth had tore up a Bible book in one of their concerts. Because he consider the Bible as a criminal sect. Meanwhile, because of that incident, the Supreme Court of Poland was ask to put the musician into a trial for violating religious beliefs. :)
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• Boise, Idaho
1 Nov 12
I remember when the first guitar was broken up on stage. A band's guitar might as well be a Bible. I was taught as a child to respect the Bible and my grandmother would turn over in her grave if she knew of this happening. I hope it isn't a trend.
5 Nov 12
That was not the incident where in the Bible was brutally treated. Anyway, the scripture is most hated by the World because this is God's Word. Who is the god of this world anyway? Satan, no wonder why those who are still in darkness treats the scripture that way.
• United States
4 Nov 12
It's a shame, that's for sure! But it should not be against the law, and dragged through the court, as folks should have freedom of speech (of which this was a form of speech). I certainly don't agree with his 'speech' and attitude, but also he has the freedom to believe what he wants. What's a shame also is folks being educated that the idea of God is outdated, that 'science' has proven their theory, which is very highly inaccurate and untrue!! Yes, it is totally unproven, I don't care how devout the followers of man's theory is.. it is only a belief like any other. But it is this belief (and theory) which is at the root of this band leader's behavior. He I'm sure, feels the theory of God, as creator and source has been proven to not be true or even possible, therefor he believe religion and faith is a way of controlling the masses. Which surely religion HAS been used for politics, etc. Any powerful thing will be. But so is faith in man's very fallible theory! - But mainly, no matter how offensive we find it, his action should not be a matter for law and court, as all should have freedom of thought and speech, unless of course, it brings concrete harm, like yelling "fire!" in a crowded theater when there is no fire. Also! No belief, nor philosophy should hold sway over the people's education.